If you’re looking for a tutorial, I’m sorry. What is this, then? This is the fruits of my labors trying to make cool backgrounds for my anime fan art.
To perform experiments on my journey to create better backgrounds, I turned to the perspective grid. I even remembered how to do it. We used it in high school once.
They have a perspective grid function in most drawing softwares, I believe/hope. I mean, even Autodesk Sketchbook has it (no hate, I was born there).
Clip Studio Paint does have a perspective tool, but it might as well not have one. It’s so complicated. There are too many lines and I get scared. If you can figure that out, good for you.
In my opinion, Procreate does it best. Sorry if you don’t have an iPad. I swear you can probably do this but it won’t be as aesthetic.
The easiest form of perspective. I did a lot of these, because you don’t have to bend your brain too much to get a nice looking background.
I only did one of these. It was very quirky to work with. Two-point perspective looks cool but something is a little strange about it. Anyway, check out those arches.
So you’re feeling ambitious. Well you’re in luck, because if you want to be tested, three point perspective is right for you. I did two of these.