Painting Using A Perpendicular Bisector
By ktm1290r, Updated
By: Ethan Hamamy
How am I supposed to paint this view I keep painting the buildings too much to the left or right on my paper.
Maybe I can help try making a perpendicular bisector on your paper over and over dividing your paper for each building, so they will be in place.
Let me explain, it is a construction that we use to divide a line segment into 2 equal half's in this case your paper's width. You take a compass and open it slightly more than half way and create an ark same for the opposite side of the paper. Then connect the arks on top and bottom of your diameter of the paper and connect the with a thin line using a straight edge and repeat the process for several buildings.
A perpendicular bisector, what's that?
Haha, sure. Just name the place.
Wow that sounds so simple and may have saved me years of trying to paint this thank you so much.
Haha, no problem anytime you need some art assistance you know who to ask, also let me ask you something, how about a drink Friday night?
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