perspective help


Hey, friends!

It’s Meg! Sorry about the late TUTOR TUESDAY, but I’m here! Today we take a look at drawing environments! This uses our last tutorial on perspective, so if you haven’t check that out! If you have any recommendations, send ‘em in here or my personal! Keep practicing, have fun, and I’ll see you next week!



With the art tutorials that I’ve seen around the internet that focus on this particular subject I’ve found that some use curvy or spherical shaped objects.

I’ve always found these methods a bit hard to understand for me because I for one CANNOT DRAW FREAKIN EFFORTLESS NATURAL CURVY LINES LET alone DRAW a FREAKIN CIRCLE!!

With this tutorial I’ve stripped it down to the bare essentials.

Poses at these angles are used a lot in animations or comics.

My tutorial for poses viewed at high angles can be found here.

Tutorial for ‘How to draw background perspectives’ is here


When you need to, don’t be afraid to grow. Don’t be afraid to shed your skin and move into a higher version of yourself.
—  Nicole Addison @thepowerwithin

Hey friends!

It’s Meg for this week’s TUTOR TUESDAY! I’ve been wanting to cover perspective again for awhile because my old tutorial is…well…let’s just say I’ve gotten better at formatting these. Plus there’s so much more to learn! If you have any recommendations send ‘em in here or my personal! Have fun, keep practicing, and I’ll see you next week!

Take a moment.
Think about it.
Do you have anything that is currently holding you back?

If so, let go of it.
Ready? 3, 2, 1..


—  Nicole Addison @thepowerwithin

Asking for help isn’t ever a bad thing, but sometimes it’s nice to know that we don’t have to have someone else do things for us when we’re struggling, sometimes we just need another perspective to help us see how we can help ourselves 💡


you just have to be there for him.

You’ve got to believe in all that you are. Every single little bit. No one else existing on this planet is capable of providing such a strong, indestructible form of self acceptance.
—  Nicole Addison @thepowerwithin

Waiting for night to pass, dawn to come, and heaven to cry.”


Hello, friends!

Welcome to the third week of TUTOR TUESDAY! Today we are taking a look at the basics of perspective! This one takes a bit more time and patience, but learning perspective will take you leaps and bounds, I promise!

Like always, if there’s anything else you’d like to see in upcoming TUTOR TUESDAYS, send on over a message to this blog or to my personal blog. Keep practicing, have fun, and I’ll see you next Tuesday!

Sometimes it can get lonely, but when these times come, we must accept when it is time to let go of people in our life who we feel we have outgrown. This then allows us to fully develop into who we are, and move onward! As we go through life, we each grow at our own pace and in our own directions. It’s perfectly natural to feel like a particular relationship is just not the same as it used to be. Why? Because we’re all different. And with different feelings, values, and experiences; sometimes friends will drift.
—  Nicole Addison @thepowerwithin

Okay but thinking about ACOWAR: I’m really curious to see Feyre from a different POV. The only insight we get into her character is via her own thoughts about herself and, well, her point of view as it’s written in the books. I’m really intrigued to see how she comes across to other characters and how they see and describe and understand her. 

You are an amazing individual.

Absolutely amazing.

You are naturally beautiful, talented, and filled with gifts to offer to this world.

Sadly, we often fail to realize just how special we are.

Please take a moment to type at least three positive qualities that you love about yourself.

Once you’re ready, pass this on to others with a reblog.

Support positive self perspective. Help with the empowerment.