Learn how to create the illusion of three-dimensional space in your drawings It is as mundane as it is astounding: placed in the right way, a couple of lines on paper create three-dimensional space. To be more exact, the illusion of space. The interest in three-dimensional drawing may initially arise from the intention to depict visible reality. However, the creation of depth is a fascinating challenge in every artistic composition. Drawing Perspective Methods for Artists is suitable for beginners and professionals alike. Authors Peter Boerboom and Tim Proetel have arranged, commented on, and with a guiding hand intuitively and tangibly presented 85 fundamental methods of three-dimensional illustration, offering a refreshing, simple approach to the graphic depiction of three-dimensionality.
Peter Boerboom studied between 1991 and 1998 at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich under Professor Sauerbruch. He also studied Communication Design at the Fachhochschule für Gestaltung in Munich. He is a founding member of the artist group Department for Public Appearances and works together with Carola Vogt on art and photography projects.
Tim Proetel is Speaker of Art at the State Institute for School Quality and Educational Research in Munich. He also teaches art and theater at the Gymnasium Ottobrunn and teaches a basic course for artistic design at the Munich Art Academy.