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Is it possible to create grids with a different number of vanishing points (from 1 to 5)?

I want to create Escher-like (fisheye) drawings.

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Pavlov,

Here's a 5-point perspective tut & its link.

https://orig00.deviantart.net/8934/f/2008/242/a/5/five_pt__perspective_tutorial_by_awlaux.jpg
 

You can find more perspective grids here :

https://www.drawinghowtodraw.com/drawing-lessons/Perspective-Drawing/2-Two-Point-Perspective.html

five_pt__perspective_tutorial_by_awlaux.thumb.jpg.5ec4b140844cf26eb8ca49a04ed97be3.jpg

Save the atachment to your computer & zoom in.

You can set up a grid with the grid manager in AffDesigner & draw the circles on a separate layer, then lock the layer.

 


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Tried to remove the double attachment  through the edit button - didn't work, sorry.


That what you do not yet know is more important than what you already know-Jordan Peterson

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Thanks.

In the meantime I found out that Sketchbook from Autodesk (its free) supports grids with a variety of vanishing points, incl fish eye grids. 


Koalatools.com sells different kind of transparent grids ($ 3,95 each; $ 15 sets of 5 grids) and sketchbooks with printed grids.

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