How does one do a fish-eye perspective like this without going mad? I just did a two-point linear perspective on a set of stairs, and it took me a while to understand the mechanics -- thank god (or Chad, Steven and Jawed) for YouTube
you don't, you go compleatly mad @_@ Nah, on a more serious note I did a four pint perspective! I didn't look up HOW to do it beforehand so I just mostly messed around, but looking at grids of it it seems like I did it just the right way!
What does a 4-or-more-point perspective drawing LOOK like? If it's for multiple objects at different angle, that's rather not what I have in mind, but I'm more interested if it's used in an environment (environmental perspective has ALWAYS been a pain to me).
Also, I can't access the link; it's forbidden to me I'm afraid