Finding The Perspective In Paintings

Here’s a quick little tip for you guys on finding the perspective in paintings and photos in Photoshop.

You can later on use the grid that you get from this technique to create your own paintings in that same grid.


Install instructions:

  1. Download the scripts
  2. Shut down Photoshop
  3. Go to your Photoshop scripts folder and put in the .jsx files
    1. Windows: Program Files Adobe Photoshop Presets Scripts
    2. Mac: Photoshop App Presets Scripts
  4. Start Photoshop
  5. Your scripts should be under File Scripts


Try it out and use it for your own paintings. Maybe you’ll get some new ideas. I’ll post more videos and articles on tackling perspective later on, so stay tuned for more on this subject.

Until next time,

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