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Holding the Pencil (p. 15) Using a Frisket (p. 15) Using an Erasing Shield (p. 18) Gauging Proportions (p. 28)

One-Point Perspective (p. 34) Atmospheric Perspective (p. 41) Creating Values (p. 51)

Holding the Pencil (p. 15) Using a Frisket (p. 15) Using an Erasing Shield (p. 18) Gauging Proportions (p. 28)

One-Point Perspective (p. 34) Atmospheric Perspective (p. 41) Creating Values (p. 51)

Sketch the Basic Shapes

Draw the horizon line, with the vanishing point on the left side. Start with the basic shape in one-point perspective. Notice that all the vertical lines are perpendicular to the horizon at this stage.

Indicate the Basic Shapes of the Front

Fill the previously drawn square with a circle. Add other lines to indicate the basic shaping of the front of the engine.

Add More Structural Lines

, "S Add the more obvious lines, including the vertical lines that define the individual cars. Add a cross in the upper middle of the circle, to mark the placement of the engine lights.

Add Details to the Train's Structure

Add the tracks, wheels, engine light and smaller details such as the handrail and the steps. Also add trim to the tops of the cars.

Add Shading

Erase any unnecessary lines, and finish with shading. Use uniform up-and-down pencil strokes to make a smooth appearance. Create atmospheric perspective by drawing the closer portion of the train with more contrasts and details than the more distant portion.

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