How to Draw Free Hand Boxes and Cubes

September 14, 2017 in ART, VIDEOS

ART/VIDEOS – How to Draw Free Hand Boxes and Cubes

One of the most important things you should be able to do when drawing is drawing cubes or boxes free hand.  In what ever position you want, at will.

Seeing the direction in space that boxes fall into is easy because they have sides.  You can see when you’re looking directly at them, or underneath them.  Pretty much any direction they’re in can clearly be seen.  This is not always the case with other 3d shapes.

The advantage is that if you need to figure out what other shapes may be doing spatially, you can make them a bit “boxy” by adding corners to them, like a box.  This is just for you to check to see what a shape is doing.

However, if you don’t know how to draw boxes in the first place, this is not going to be helpful at all.  For this reason, drawing boxes is something you need to know how to do. Especially free hand.

In this video I go over the basic of drawing free hand boxes by going over someone else’s box drawing.  That way if you’re making the same mistakes he is, you can fix them yourself. And if you haven’t learned to draw them yet, this video is full of tips and tricks on how to make them work.

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