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I think Linda makes a good point in saying that students who understand
perspective can help other students who don't. Quite often a student
explaining a concept to another benefits both parties involved.
Just a thought.
good call. one of the hardest parts of teaching perspective (and other
aspects of drawing for that matter) is that when you "get it" it is so
difficult to explain how. sometimes as an artist, and as a teacher who has
been doing this for a long time you just see it, thats all. and that is
sooooo hard to explain in words at times. the kids often know how to say
what you mean so that it makes sense.