Mark Crilley: How To Draw Backgrounds In One Point Perspective

In this video you will learn the basic principles surrounding perspective, in particular ‘one point’ perspective. What this means is there is a viewpoint which leads to one vanishing point. Crilley describes the understanding behind it in some detail. It would be difficult to draw for a beginner or even as a first attempt but the video is more to do with using the perspective lines and achieving correct proportions. The scene is a post apocalyptic world do could be good fun to draw. Reach for those pencils and have a go yourself.

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    1. Mark – great drawing, fist off. Second off – do you measure to get the different locations of the pillars to maintain a certain distance between them and to keep a consistent pillar depth, or do you just put them where they look like they should go? I’ve been trying to find some kind of mathematical formula that will help in perspective spacing in order to keep a consistent distance/depth but i haven’t found one yet. Thanks for any and all help! Again – great work!

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    2. Why is your style so different from typical manga style? Do you recognize this? There’s something that’s very American about your style. What is it? I think it might be your style of shading because the characters all seem very manga-ish

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    3. being a born artist i could just draw that without all that the rullers vanishing point n stuff …i never said it would b Ez nore take 2 long but i can draw it n guest wat im only 15 ha ha art has been my family 4 ages on both sides |D so im really good but id lk 2 learn it the quick way id call it so props 2 the creater that was good – Brittany. T

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    4. I ordered the mastering manga book not too long ago, just about saturday, got it today, wednesday, So.. I opened a box that looked like it would be for a book, I open it up, it was all magazines. *so I thought* I was flipping out! like, WTF WHERE IS IT!!!!!!!!!!! then I saw it and i’m like oh, lol. 😀

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    5. more backgrounds and architecture please. I’m trying to develope my skills for matte painting and 3D projection. I don’t have a tablet and plan to do it old school drawing in pencil and ink then scanning into a computer and finnishing in Photoshop.

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    6. Seriously I love your style. I was wandering, in a search of a personnal, original way to draw backgrounds. Its unatural for me to be too realistic. I did your draw as an exercise and I discover that its flow out pretty naturally from me. Merci Thanks. For me, your draw, and what I will work to built as my own style, is a mix between Manga and impressionism.

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    7. 1st video i saw from you, awesome tutorial everyone who is into drawing and stuff even so i new some of the content i could learn a lot.i normaly don’t take time to write comments but this time i had to ;)btw. like fav. and subscribe it’s totally worth it.

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    8. MAN!I dabbled in cartoons, nothing professionally like this,but I also hope to get to this level of drawing because your drawing looks fantastic!Yes, cartoons take time.You would not believe how much paper I go through.Only I am also tempted to check out Brody’s ghost(I never heard of Brody’s Ghost until seeing this video) because of this video!I hope you make more of these videos.I do gain a lot of insight from them.

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    9. Much thanks for sharing some of your knolage with us! This video really helped med with my drawing. The perspective part has allways been kind of a pain in the ass for me.. But thats until now when i understund more about it! 🙂

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    10. yur freaking awsome dude!!im not a begginer beginner but im like in the middle of begginer and intermediate if u know wat i mean.any way i wuz hoping if u could do a vid on wrinkles in clothing and how to make hair(the unclumped type)if u havent already!U ROCK!

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    11. lol same for me, but making an anime, not a manga. AAHH WHY ARE BACKGROUNDS SO HARD TO DRAW?? lol and i attempted to animate a background, but i couldn’t be bothered to draw the background so many times so i cut out that bit XD

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    12. I have always had this misconception that artists create their works free hand within mere minutes maybe an hour. Watching you create this environment step by step showed me that art isn’t quick an easy(except for maybe modern art). After watching this video, I feel more confident that one day I too will be able to create such intricate well crafted works of art.

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    13. I found this video very useful as recently I have been developing my techniques in perspective concepts. I would however, appreciate it if you consider doing a perspective drawing that includes a natural environment, as I find it very difficult to get proportions right. Thank you 😀

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    14. @markcrilley excellent tutorial. Took your image and changed it around a little bit and i am very happy with the result. Subbed and will be watching a lot more of your videos. PS your art work is stupendous and its a standard i would love to reach.

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    15. Yes it is true. Practice makes perfect; no one is ever born with the ability to pick up a pencil and create a masterpiece. That is a skill that thats years to master. If you have a passion for art, then I recommend that you draw everyday. Referencing tutorials like these help to further your understanding of art, especially if you are not good with a specific subject.

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    16. Hey Mark, this is awesome. I finally decided to get started on learning to draw after years of being afraid of drawing nonsense. Although it got tricky for me to follow with you beyond the pillar, I’m inspired! I will come back and tell you where I went with my inspiration.

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    17. this reminds me of:Lost In Another WorldThe world we know is far from usWe need to gain eachothers trustThe world is far far away behind usWe need to find another world(repeat x3)The world is far away away(repeatx2)Were searching down this unknown roadWere looking left & right not knowin where to go (not knowin where to go)(10 second guitar solo)We dont know which ways northWe dont know which ways southBut we do know what were looking forWe need to find another world (repeat x5)END

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    18. This is an amazing tutorial. I worked on a background before watching this, and Iv’e found that you’ve made understanding simple structures and perspective very easy. This is great :), I’m still looking for a tutorial on angled anime faces…which seems to be in most manga/anime situations.

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    19. Hi. This tutorial was great! But…I have some different technique to do illustrations….and…I was thinking…can you look a bit…and tell me how I can improve my drawing technique or what I should change ?….I got a video with some of my drawings on my channel. I would really appreciate if you take a look. Thank you very much! God bless you!!!

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    20. How do you figure out the space between the pillars you first made?.. And would you could do the same with squillier lines? I feel like making a road that curves slightly or something.. And Ebook? How does that work? It would be great if i could read it online. Brodys ghost seems interesting

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    21. pespective and backgrounds always were a nightmare for me, This video help me out a lot. Thanks. Now I need a advice, When you’re going to make a background with characters which is best? make the whole background and add the characters afterward or the opposite?

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    22. Perpendicular means two lines that intersect to form a 90 degree angle….the perpendicularity of the lines in mark’s drawing is affected by the perspective that he was using….I would just say that when he make the vertical lines, he then matches it with a line formed by the point of origin which is the dot to make that effective 1 point perspective feel..

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    23. Why have people disliked this video? Seriously? Are you THAT pathetically jealous? I mean what’s not to like, it’s informative, it has amazing drawings, and even if you don’t like the style, there is no undying that it’s good work (If anyone could do better, they would appreciate them anyway). So, if you’re one of the 22 dislikers, get a life, getting so butthurt over someone who’s clearly better than you is utterly pathetic.

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    24. although the drawing is ok the way you hold the pencil is a disaster. not only that you lines will always be difficult to draw holding a pencil like that but your area of hatching will have to suffer. many people who see this video will not understand the way you gave depth to it , thales was a smart man… anyways , for a sketch , congrats

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    25. Hi Mark! I’ve just found out about your channel. The video tutorial is really helpful for those who already have some basic knowledge on perspective and want to learn how to apply the theory. As for the “perfect perspective” thing, the great David Macaulay said in his TED lecture that if the perspective looks convincing then it is right, so I guess, though we must learn the theory, it’s meant to be a guideline not a law. Thanks for the videos and congratulations on your work! 🙂

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    26. There’s no such thing as practice when it comes to drawing, if you’re good you’re good, if you suck you suck simple as that. People say practice makes perfect, I find that bullshit. I’ve been “practicing” for 10 years and I still can’t fucking draw, while everyone else I know can get shit right off the fucking bat, like immediately…fucking pisses me off!!!

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    27. i did 2.0 perspective and it took me 4 or 5 months but that was because we were at school and it was my first time it was kinda complicated but it starts to become an instinct especially with value and now i just want to try 1.0 perspective which is way easier

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    28. i don’t know about you but i think you can still try to draw. i mean, 10 years is enough but maybe it’s because you had bad references? i’m not good at drawing but when i started practicing drawing when i was in high school, i improved little by little. now i can draw a realistic man or animal. don’t give up! 😀 but if you really don’t like drawing… well, i’m sure you’ve got your own unique talent. 🙂

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    29. If you’re just going to say rude stuff about his drawing, then why are you watching the video anyway. If you say something is wrong in the drawing then why don’t you draw it correctly then. Just shut up and stop complain his art work!

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    30. oh please you cant hate, its more of just showing the basic concept of the 1st perspective point, and how he would do it. its not the only way to draw god forbid if i have to copy someone step by step. btw love the sound effects XD

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    31. Heres a trick for you,Parallel-the two L’s in that word are parallel to each otherHorizontal-think of the horizon.Vertical-the opposite of the horizontal lines.Perpendicular- lines that cross over each other.(hope that helped, cause your videos help me a lot!)

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    32. wow stop raging over 25 dislikes, compared to 6,169 likes that is nothing, talk about butthurt. this is the internet and there are a lot of stupid people using it with no sense of what is good or not, thought this was common knowledge.

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    33. I just tried to replicate this by taking peaks and drawing from memory….but I didn’t place the top of the hill line over the horizon line and it came out looking funny….so I have a question for you… how do you know where exactly to place these lines? I understand perspective and everything and it will work the way I did it but it just looks a lot better the way you did….is it just practice? like right now I have a troff connected to an overpass while you have a sunken roadway, any tips?

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    34. I find what works for me when I’m drawing (i draw buildings for Architecture) is that i try to put myself in the scene and imagine from my mind where the major lines will go. Things that are large and come form above are always above the horizon line, depending on the perspective of course. And yes it just takes practice. All ways draw light lines first and if it doesn’t work then draw a new line in a slightly different position and keep going until you think its right. “Practice makes perfect”

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    35. LOV IT thx mark now all i need to make my comic is to draw he characters thx i lov ur drawings mr.crilley me and my little brother watch u on on demand r mom is happy were learning how 2 draw animes and chibis and such we love ur drawings reply if u can

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    36. well with a mountain city you’d probably do best to make a set of very blocky mountains and then use a tight perspective grid to make carving into the shape and add the buildings and then once you have everything in lightly add some rocks in different places and make it look more mountainous and look at mountains, cities made of stone, how trees grow on mountains, etc. and that should do it but it all depends on your execution though i do recommend doing quick sketches of landscapes from pics

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    37. I’ll be sure to use these tips when I decide to start drawing again, which should be soon, I’m too into digital art, funny thing though, I took art class for 3 years, not 1 class for digital and I’ve seemed to get a better hang of digital. I want to go back to the good’ole paper n’ pencil, loving the vids Mark, once I get a hold of a credit card, I’ll be sure to buy your graphic novels, I’ve drifted from manga style comics a while back, but I guess old liking’s never fade. (:

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    38. Aller faire un tour sur ma chane YouTube, je la commence. N’hsitez pas a commentez mes dessin, a mettre un j’aime sa fait toujours plaisir et a donnez des conseil, des ide.Je dessine des voitures, des personnages en tout genre, ect!. Thanks Jrmy :)Ma page facebook: “Drawing Jrmy” avec des dessins dont je n’ai fait de vidos 😉

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    39. i followed this vid,i can say sine i needed to make worlds involving fantasy landscapes,and cityscapes,scifi mixed with modern,or ancient cities,forests..i wanted to make sure i go the ability to make cityscapes in perspective wise,well im a loose sketcher,so i guess it should not matter to me,if i always tried to make things perfect,and idk what would make it perfectly well done,ill just do it the way i can deal with,without too much stress

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    40. It was an excellent video, thanks for taking the time to make it. It definitely has changed how I approach drawing because I am a detail kinda guy, and it always takes me a long time to do anything, the layering technique is kinda obvious now that I think about it, but I have never thought about doing it very simply first then going more and more complex. But when you think about it, that’s how everything is built.

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    41. Mark, thank you so much for posting this! Your video is crisp, not too long, and entertaining. You also pick a very interesting image to demonstrate something “blah” like one-point perspective.This video was helpful to me as an amateur artist. Animals? I’m fine. Objects and forms? Sure. Motion? Love it! People? Not terrible. ……But backgrounds?!? Guh. Those scare me. Yet I want to put my subjects in believable environments. So thanks again for posting! I plan to see others in this series!

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    42. Hey Mark i have been watching your videos for months now and i enjoyed all the videos that i have seen and this video was also enjoyable. I started drawing four months ago and drawing backgrounds scared me so bad that i had nightmares… after mustering up my courage i finally watched this video and started drawing my own background and in my opinion my drawing looks good but i would have never had been able to do it without your videos… Keep the videos coming!!!!!!

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    43. Thank you , amazing talent. I am going to watch all your videos. I am a artist awell and have been getting back into it. Working on my own comic and would very much like to get to know you so you may help me on my way. I will keep in touch 🙂

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    44. Mark, please tell me what you do to add detail. I’ve recently found myself drawing pieces where I can’t really decide what would go best as a texture for a wall or creature’s skin. I drew Link (Twilight Princess) fighting the water temple boss and I didn’t really know how to properly do aged columns in the background and give the boss’ skin some texture. I tried shading it and adding random cuts and bruises. Do you look at real objects for your inspiration for texture?

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    45. Thank you Mark Crylle for this amazing video!I will start my first year in Architecture this Sep/12 starting year 0, and am browsing youtube for inspiration and direction to pick up tips and practice sketches with and without rulers,Please keep doin what u do(WE NEED U) u guide with the perspective of the beginner firmly in mind. It took me something like 2 – 2 1/2 hours on my very first time on your drawing, i’m sure u as a pro it took maybe 15 mins on this. Fascinating and i had fun . thx

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    46. Great vid thanks a lot! The only part I found hard was adding the detail to the road and bridge (part done in time lapse) but apart from that I found this very useful and will certainly watch more of your vids. Additionally could you please post a vid going in depth with adding detail to scenery thankyou 🙂

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    47. YES!! Please do another one!! Another 100 if possible! I am far from a beginner as I draw until my hands fall off then I draw with my stubs but I still found this useful and I LOVE that their is another person out there giving his character voices as they draw and getting into their world as I do! (It may scare away the kids but who cares?) thank you so much for showing your talent on YouTube, you rock!

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    48. Wow, this video helped me finally understand HOW to apply the boxes method of perspective drawing and actually MAKE it an actual object! Fantastic videos, I love your sense of humour, makes it so much more enjoyable than other “how to” videos where the narrator is so boring with a monotone voice XD :p Thank you so much for making this!

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    49. Great tutorial! Keep up the good work! One day I just got an idea of drawing perspective, so I began drawing a street with restaurants and candy shops… And then I realized that I actually drew a two-point perspective drawing! And it ain’t so bad, I must admit 🙂 thank you for this great tutorial, it helped me alot! Hope to see more of these! 😉

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    50. I tried drawing this and I kinda did my own thing with it this was a great video, and lol its cool when you get goofy in the videos it shows personality and um it’d be cool if you could a make a video of what type of materials you use especially with the coloring

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    52. I watched almost all of this guy’s character drawing videos and im like “Woo! I can Draw comics now!” then i realized i draw backgrounds like a 1st grader. anywayysss. Thanks for your videos Markcrilley! they help SO much!

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    53. Mark I have a question if you have the time. I’ve always wanted to draw and paint as a hobby and some day, make my own little comic/manga series, but I’m not so talented, and I cant afford to go to a school for art, what can you recommend? I’d really like to take some art classes maybe one on one but where I live there’s really no one around. ;(

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    54. I want to become a manga artist just like you someday, the thing’s that I can’t do realistic backgrounds. So I thought hey, why not look up on youtube how to do it, so I did. I have to admit, this is very overwhelming for me, seeing that I’m still a kid. Though I think I’m patient enough to try and learn the diff. perspectives. I’ll continue to look forward to your videos Mr. Crilley, so keep it up ‘cuz you just taught me how to draw a hoodie.

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    55. he mark, i like would to thank you, i study product design, and had practise drawing straight line’s (without that trusty ruler of yours) for sketching, dont know how i came across you’re video but thanks to it.I’ve had a wonderfull evening and ended up with a two point perspective city inspired upon fallout and off course you’re work.so i say keep up the good work!

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    56. this video really helped me for my manga book I’m trying to do, I watch and studied this video and I draw it myself and it was very easy to do. thank you for doing these videos I can draw faster and I can do anime eyes better, thank you and it feels like your my drawing teacher 🙂 even know I never went to art school or any school but I draw really good that ppl want me to sale my work. God bless and thank you again for making these videos.

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    57. @dwocbua yep. nobody can believe about this quickly. and i can tell u , really lucky that i registered and earning less than $40 daily from this web site :). i got it from here. you can also try it -> bit.ly/QCJpvJ?=iphyri

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    58. In my art class, we’re actually done with one-point perspectives and working on a two-point perspective project. I have planned it all out, and finished roughly a little over half. Just finishing the details then adding color. Might show it on my channel, if I get back to it.

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    59. Very Very Very useful info on how to make a one point perspective drawing structural first and then use the technics of texture and color to help to see the concept in a way “believe able” ! I very much so felt the scene were started to the end point simply the way you did it and that helped me to see what you had on mind for me to see it now I believe it ! Very clear and completed ! PLEASE KEEP UP THE AWESOME WORK !

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    60. I saw your question and I think I’ll give a shot at the answer. (because this really is an epic question.) Often With Style I feel like you don’t really get to choose it. You’ll end up with some sort of interpretation of how you see stuff. I think that if you are drawing anything then you already have a style. Specifically to find your style I recommend creating characters, that way it becomes hard to copy others and you’ll end up with something completely your own. (if that helps . . .)

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    61. Just draw. Practice drawing objects, people, whatever you enjoy and when you feel confident enough to begin doing your own thing, do that. Find out what you like drawing through actually doing it, there is no quick way. For instance, when I draw I like to combine colour along with black and white for portraits and stuff, so I guess you could say that was my ‘style’. It’s something that sets you apart from everyone else so you can’t rush it, just go with your flow and see what happens. Good luck.

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    62. This is a real eye opener and it has taught me a lot about my backgrounds and next time please list all the types brushes and pencils you used because all I have is #2 pencils, ink pens, and color pencils so I’d appreciate it if you did. Thank you for taking the time do these tutorials they have taught me tons.

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    63. Hey pretty nice ^.^ I just watched some of your Videos ^.^ And I had to say I’m impressed ^.^ I draw Mangas and now I wanna make a real one and publish it, would you like to take a Charakter too? ^.^ Would be really nice 🙂

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    64. because most people don’t have a creative thought of their own so are jealous of those who do and get a kick out of thinking there pissing someone off, also if there are no dislikes and they hit the dislike then think they have been recognised in some way in the world by changing the number from 0 to 1, rather than being recognised in a better way. Which is actually my believe that`s currently causing the downfall of modern society. i am grateful for people like Mark Crilley giving their time.

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    65. well u can find them at any art store or big superstores like officemax(i bought it there)the brand is called PrismaColorBut like Mark Crilley said, having a certain art tool doesnt change your skills as an artisti bought them cause well…its hard to shade with mechanical pencils aha

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    66. it may be bad but i want to draw a quick sketch like this because my girlfriend is a really good sketch artist and she said she wants to see what i can draw if i really try so i want to ask you how did you draw that little figure because my drawing is complete other than that little guy with the riflemine is a deserty theme and i want the guy to be walking with a dog alongside him but his back is facing me.

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    67. Before you get all your stuff out. Find a really simple anime picture that you really like that also motivates you. Put that up and get your stuff out. If all else fails just start drawing the picture. (That’s what I do at least. Hope it helps ^-^)

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    68. These guys are truly gifted. My little boy of 5 is often excited to draw but I’m such a dead wood role model in drawing that I fear I may not awaken his interest to a sustainable point. I tyr to get him to watch these tutorials but he’s not really interested. Just like to draw his own thing.

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    69. You are one of the best artists on youtube!Not just are your talent and skills amazing, but also your tutorials are perfect.I can understand, how you made it to more than 800.000 subs.Thank you so much for taking your time to do these videos!

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    70. a quick question. is there a technique to get the same distance between the pillars? i mean so that they look equally distant (cos obviously they arent equally distant at all). i know that the farer you go, the closer they get to each other, but thats about all.

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    71. wat ever dude im an amaeture but im an artist who hopes to make it as a manga artist you just seem a typical guy who acts like a critic i can be wrong but thats wat i think mark crilley isnt a tutor for people who completely suck; not trying to offend you just saying:p

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    72. thanks for making this vid, your drawings are great, two questions – how can i color in a pencil drawing i have already done on cartridge paper aaaaand do you have any videos that show how to draw cylinders in 3D? – like using ellipse guides on this video to make the bridge supports cylindrical.ps. i always confuse vertical with horizontal, i remember it by “horizontal = horizon”

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    73. Evening rosesI Mohammed of Saudi ArabiaVery interested in the follow-up pages on YouTubeAnd repeat what you are doing to drawNot Be want to review I’m so good at drawingThank you very much happy to communicate yourMohammedSaudi Arabia

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    74. I would very much enjoy if you continued to post background “How to” videos. I’ve been drawing forever and coming up with ideas for backgrounds has been my writers block. you make it look so easy. I’ve studied perspective for many years, but I;ve always looked for videos on the subject. Thank you so much, you made a fan of me.

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    75. How about we have an intelligent person argue with you. He (Mark Crilley) is generally a good artist and how-to video maker. I do not quite understand why you perceive his drawings as “mediocre” in a sense. I doubt you can draw better so you shouldn’t hate on Adam just because he isn’t the sharpest tool in the box.

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    76. @kfjouwy yep. i know you were also thought it might be a fake promise. but i can tell you one thing, i really got shocked when i receive my maybelline beauty kit without any dime @ my home yesterday. if you wanna try just try now >> bit.ly/VUe9uy?=erkfrx

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    77. This video was just viewed by an Art Class in Mason County, WV, comprised of grades 9-12. We’d like to thank you for the very informative video. All of the students enjoyed it and the subject matter was also relatable to them. Please post more!

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    78. You, Mark Criley are incredibly amazing. I’ve been feeling really bad about myself and about my art work, and some months ago i discovered your channel and I started practicing your techniques and the truth is, I’ve grown enormously in just a couple of months. You are unbelievably talented and the best teacher anyone could have. Thank you for taking the time of doing this.

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