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Norchia in Perspective

17 days ago   |   By Gurney Journey

Norchia is the site of a necropolis created by the ancient Etruscans in Italy, with fake buildings carved out of volcanic tuff. On the bluff above they conducted funerary games.
I painted this aerial view in oil for the National Geographic magazine, and planned the scene with a perspective drawing.
If you have a question about perspective - (it could be a basic, practical question, or a more obscure one) -please ask me on this Speakpipe link. The website lets you record and review a brief voice message that I might incorporate in a future video.
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