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Best Perspective Drawing Books: The Ultimate Collection

Below I’ll give you my selections for the best Perspective Drawing books by a few categories. I will cover these and other great books more in depth later.

Drawing Perspective: How to See It and How to Apply It (2016)

 Best Perspective Drawing Books: The Ultimate CollectionHere�s a hands-on guide to perspective that�s for anyone who wants to draw or paint�in any genre or medium. It�s partly about learning how to draw a set of straight lines that meet at a point, but it�s not filled with lots of dull, dry theory (although it does explain how it all works). Instead, it gives you tons of fun, practical exercises, and encourages you to play with them, so that learning how to draw in perspective is effortless and easy.
Author(s): Matthew Brehm

Perspective Drawing Handbook (Dover Art Instruction) (2004)

 Best Perspective Drawing Books: The Ultimate CollectionThis handy guide provides numerous insights and shortcuts to drawing and sketching effectively.
Author(s): Joseph D’Amelio

Framed Perspective Vol. 1: Technical Perspective and Visual Storytelling (2016)

 Best Perspective Drawing Books: The Ultimate CollectionPerspective is a discipline often set aside when it comes to general art study, though it is essential to master in order to produce any piece of art that is and feels realistic.
Author(s): Marcos Mateu-Mestre

Basic Perspective Drawing: A Visual Approach (2013)

 Best Perspective Drawing Books: The Ultimate CollectionThe best-selling guide…now completely updated to include online tutorials! Basic Perspective Drawing introduces students, both those in formal design courses and self-learners, to the basic principles and techniques of perspective drawing. Clear and accessible illustrations show how to construct perspective views one step at a time. The new, streamlined Sixth Edition contains must-have content for students and instructors in art and design, architecture, and interior design programs.
Author(s): John Montague

Perspective Made Easy (Dover Art Instruction) (1999)

 Best Perspective Drawing Books: The Ultimate CollectionPerspective, the author tells us, is easy; yet surprisingly few artists are aware of the simple rules that make it so. This easy-to-follow book — the first devoted entirely to clarifying the laws of perspective — remedies the situation.
Author(s): Ernest R. Norling

Drawing Masterclass: Perspective (2016)

 Best Perspective Drawing Books: The Ultimate CollectionTim Fisher is a well-respected UK-based artist and tutor, and here he shows the reader how to master perspective, from simple box diagrams through to complex scenes. The book begins with a fascinating history of perspective in art, in which the author explores every type from zero to multiple-point, with clear diagrams and drawings. Going beyond buildings and landscapes, he shows the reader how to work out perspective when drawing people, animals, boats, reflections and more.
Author(s): Tim Fisher

The Art of Perspective: The Ultimate Guide for Artists in Every Medium (2007)

 Best Perspective Drawing Books: The Ultimate CollectionIf the concept of perspective makes you think of confusing angles, fancy measuring gadgets and complicated theories, get ready for a very pleasant surprise.
Author(s): Phil Metzger

Perspective Drawing for Kids: A Perspective Drawing Guide for Kids, Including Detailed Explanations and Step By Step Exercises (2015)

 Best Perspective Drawing Books: The Ultimate CollectionPerspective Drawing for Kids: A Comprehensive Perspective Drawing Guide for Kids is a simple and comprehensive guide aimed at kids and teens (ages 10-18). Inside you will find All the information is presented using simple language, and accompanied with MANY illustrations. The book discusses perspective basics, one-point perspective, two-point perspective and three-point perspective.
Author(s): Liron Yanconsky

Design Drawing (2019)

 Best Perspective Drawing Books: The Ultimate CollectionHand drawing is an integral part of the design process and central to the architecture profession.
Author(s): Francis D. K. Ching, Steven P. Juroszek

How to Draw: drawing and sketching objects and environments from your imagination (2013)

 Best Perspective Drawing Books: The Ultimate CollectionHow to Draw is for artists, architects and designers. It is useful to the novice, the student and the professional. You will learn how to draw any object or environment from your imagination, starting with the most basic perspective drawing skills. Early chapters explain how to draw accurate perspective grids and ellipses that in later chapters provide the foundation for more complex forms.
Author(s): Scott Robertson, Thomas Bertling

Best Perspective Drawing Books: The Ultimate Collection

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Landscape Lab: Drawing, Perception and Design for the Next Landscape Models

Author(s): Fabio Bianconi, Marco Filippucci
ID: 2355199, Publisher: Springer International Publishing, Year: 2019, Size: 30 Mb, Format: pdf

Perspective Drawing

Author(s): Sarah Haley
ID: 2325985, Publisher: Tempe Digital, Year: 2018, Size: 47 Mb, Format: pdf

The Complete Guide to Perspective Drawing: From One-Point to Six-Point

Author(s): Craig Attebery
ID: 2574871, Publisher: Routledge, Year: 2018, Size: 24 Mb, Format: pdf

Please note that this booklist is not absolute. Some books are truly hot items according to USA Today, others are written by unknown authors. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant resources you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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