Chapter 11Indicating Reflections

Trying to draw an accurate reflection out of your head is a lot like playing the lottery – you’ll probably lose. You can improve your odds by learning the information in this chapter. We’ll go over important new vocabulary, discuss the differences between parallel and angular reflections, and go through examples of how to draw reflections on vertical and horizontal surfaces.

Seeing What the Mirror Sees

Reflections occur when a particular material is able to visually reproduce the surrounding objects on its surface. They can be tricky, especially when drawing from imagination. Luckily, we can use perspective to figure out what our reflections should look like. Before we start, we need to address a few new vocabulary ...

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