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How to find replacement pen for Surface devices? (List of official & 3rd party Surface Pro, Surface Laptop, or Surface Studio pens)

Looking For The Most Suitable Surface Pro Pen? Here’s An Aggregated List Of Them So you probably lost your Surface device pen, or the one you have stopped working. Maybe you still have your pen working, but you’re looking for an additional pen. There are all sort of pens you could buy that work for…

9 Art Composition Principles that will help you create better artworks, and take better photos

Let’s Take A Brief Look Over The Main Elements Of Art Composition In my previous post, introduction to art composition. I mentioned that there are multiple elements of composition, which act as a language that communicates with the viewer of your artwork or photo. Just like any language, the more you know about its rules,…

How to easily draw a perfect cube in Two-Points-Perspective step by step

Drawing A Perfect Cube In Two-Points-Perspective Takes Additional Steps, but It’s Easy In my Two-Points-Perspective lesson, I showed you the steps to draw a cube in perspective. The thing is, these steps don’t produce perfect cubes, where all the sides are equal in size. That’s fine for the most part, since one would only need…

What is Aerial Perspective (atmospheric perspective)? How to draw it? And What causes it to happen?

What’s Aerial Perspective? Atmospheric perspective (also known as Aerial Perspective) – is the perspective where far away objects appears hazier, and having less contrast compared to the closer objects. Unlike the perspective types we saw so far. Aerial Perspective is doesn’t require vanishing points. It depends solely on contrast to give the illusion of depth….

What’s Three-Points-Perspective? And to draw it Step By Step? (with a comparison to Two-Points-Perspective)

What Is Three-Points-Perspective? And What Makes It Different From Other Perspective Types (Like Two-Points-Perspective) From the name of it, Three-Points-Perspective is the type of perspective we draw using 3 vanishing points. Each with its own set of lines that converge toward it. Three-Points-Perspective is usually used to draw cityscapes. It also has some notable use…