shaolinfingerjabs asked: Hello again Mr. Yardin. A while back I had asked you for a "review" of my work and have since used your advice in my work. Something else I've been doing is looking at your pages on your Deviantart for guidance. In them I have noticed the faint lines of perspective grids for some of your scenes. I have been focusing heavily on perspective and wanted to ask if your grids were from lightboxing a copy or from drawing them straight on the bristol or any other time saving method? Thank you again.
For perspective grids I rule them up on my board quickly. I usually use thumb tacks taped upside down on my drafting table for vanishing points. This saves me having to constantly find my vanishing point, since I can rest my ruler on them, and quickly lay in the perspective lines. Set square and T-square are also essential for laying in quick vertical and horizontal lines in perspective grids. You could also print blue line copies of grids if you wanted. Hope that helps.