Drawing A Building in Perspective

Jaysen Batchelor
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Now that you have a deep understanding of perspective you will learn how to draw a finished drawing in perspective. The first step to drawing in perspective is establishing a horizon line and vanishing points. Next is to block out your drawing or create a sketch you can use as a guide. I will provide a sketch for you in this project.

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English [Auto] All right. In this lecture I'm going to walk you through the entire process of drawing a building in perspective. Now we're going to incorporate everything we've learned about perspective up to this point in this drawing so you can see here that I did a simple sketch. I did this with an actual pen and paper in real life. And I just took a picture of it with my phone and I just imported it into Photoshop. So nothing fancy or anything like that. And I use the same techniques that I taught you in this last lecture about blocking in and roughing in perspective. So this perspective by no means is perfect. In fact as we start drawing the actual perspective drawn on top of this we're gonna start to see how off this perspective is. But that's OK it's mostly just to block out our composition make sure that everything is the right size and looks the way we want it to. And then we'll go back in and we'll actually make that perspective look correct. So you can download this this sketch and then after we do this lecture if you want you can do your own sketch and tried to in your own perspective drawing. But for now just go ahead and download this sketch and import it into Photoshop like I have here. Next what we're gonna want to do is we want to start to figure out where our horizon line is going to be and our vanishing point. Stuff like that. So let's do that on a new layer. So we go ahead and add a new layer and let's go ahead and let's just start by kind of sketching in where we see some of these lines in some of these we might actually want to change. So for example I don't think that this line right here and this line right here I don't think those are angled enough. So what I'm gonna do is I'm going to want to angle that even more so I'm just going to draw a more angled line like that and then up here I'm going to do the same thing. So I'll just draw an angled line maybe angling back more like that maybe even more than that actually. So maybe something more like this. So I'm still starting at these corner points but I'm just angling more backwards next. Let's go ahead and let's figure out what the angles are going to be on this side. So do you want to keep this angle right here. I think the angle of that line looks pretty good. And up here we're kind of have our angles off a little bit because we didn't draw this with perfect perspective. So what we want to do is first we need to find out where a horizon line is. So that way we can figure out where this vanishing point is going to basically connect on our horizon line. So let's figure out where the horizon line is based off of this side. So if we just go ahead and continue these lines on you can see that they kind of match or meet up a little bit off the page. So what we can do is we can go ahead and just use our crop tool and we can just go ahead and drag our canvas out a little bit further just so we have more space here and now we can just go ahead and finish those out. So we'll just go and bring them out there. So right there are vanishing Points Connect. That's basically where our horizon line is going to be. So now what we can do is we can just hold them shift or whatever you need to do in your software just draw a complete straight horizontal line like that just coming all the way crossed and there is our horizon line. Now you can see that over here this line is coming off like that and it's going to meet way off the page. So we need to actually extend this out in the other direction as well so going to go ahead and use the crop tool. And I can go ahead and just drag this out as far as I need it. So something like that should be good. We might have to extend it a little bit further but we'll see. All right. So next let's go ahead and let's find where we want the line above this to be so let's say the kind of like that right there so we can kind of have a line coming off like this line like that and then let's go ahead and extend this horizon line so I'm just gonna start at this same point right there. All right. Perfect. And you can see that right here where they both cross both these lines. We want our vanishing point out here to be something like that. So now basically every line going in that direction needs to come off that vanishing point and every line coming off this need to be coming off of that vanishing point all right. Perfect. So now that we have that blocked out let's go ahead. Let's create a new layer and let's actually just draw our horizon line. We don't want to draw anything else except for the horizon line and the vanishing points. So I'm just gonna redraw this straight line coming across here like this. So might be kind of hard to see just because I'm drawing over the same thing and then I'll go ahead I'll add my vanishing point on both sides. So if I go ahead and I turn this layer off that we just drew with all of our ruffian guidelines. You see now we have an actual horizon line and we have some vanishing points that we can base or perspective drawn off of. So in this perspective drawn we want to make sure that it's perfect perspective on everything. So we're really going to take our time with this and we're going to really draw every little detail in there incorrect perspective. So at this point we can actually just go ahead and delete this layer we don't need this anymore. That was just to help us figure out where that horizon line should be and where a vanishing point should be next. Let's go ahead and let's add a new layer. And if you wanted to you could go ahead and label these. You don't have to but it might just help you keep everything nice and organized. So we'll call this the horizon line and then we can call this next layer we can call it. Guidelines All right. So let's go ahead and let's start drawing in some of our guidelines so we don't want to get too crazy with this because it might get kind of confusing but we want to draw some guidelines in just to help us when we're drawing our actual drawing. So let's go ahead and let's just draw some straight lines so we want to keep this corner of the house right there so we can go ahead draw from that corner back this Miss switch my brush over to hard around brush and that way I won't get that effect where I draw that straight line one and is thinner or thicker than the other it will stay consistent all the way across. So we have that line drawn in and you can see it's much different than the line that we originally had on our sketch because we've kind of changed the perspective a little bit and that's OK so we have that line drawn now. Let's go ahead and let's draw a line for the bottom so I'll draw a line from here to there like that and we can go ahead and we can draw on this corner right there you can draw on the edge of this house as well go ahead. Drawn the roofline so draw it right up to the corner edge of that roof. We can connect it across like this. Same with back here so we don't have to get too detailed at this point but we do want to block in these basic shapes. Let's go ahead and do this roof line as well. So go from the vanishing point to the top corner of the roof that line coming back. Same with right here. All right great. We also have this awning right here on the house. Let's go ahead and redraw that with perspective. So go ahead draw a line across like this and then we can just draw a line from here connecting back to this vanishing point to make up this corner right there and let's see the top edge of this awning like that it like that so we don't have to block every single thing out but we do want to get a good amount of guidelines in here. That way we can when we go in and we draw this we can make sure that we're drawing it at the right angles and stuff like that. So go ahead and draw this part in right here. It's part of the roof. Same with the other side. Now what these roofs we could find where the exact center is but I'm just going to block them in. We don't have to make sure that it's exactly perfect. We'll just cheat a little bit then let's go ahead and let's draw this straight edge right here for this awning. So I want to make sure that we're using this vanishing point out here and we connect all the way across like that and same with the top here that owning so stir it there will come all the way back like that. Now let's go ahead and add in that angle on the awning and go ahead and the straight line coming down right here come all the way down like this then let's go ahead and add this part in this part kind of protrudes out this door area and actually we'll just keep that all on straight line and then we can go ahead and do some lines here some guidelines for this fence and those guidelines can actually extend all the way to underneath that door and some straight lines for the door that outline for the top of the door coming from that Vanishing Point another straight line right there. Straight line there at this point you can see I can just kind of schedule them without having to draw a line all the way back to that vanishing point I can just kind of scheduling because I can see what the angle should be around in that area. All right. And then we have we can use this line right here to draw on this awning something like that will come straight down from there. Same with over here. Come straight down. This part is kind of protruding off the building a little bit. So we want to make sure that we show that. Then let's add a few guidelines for this fence over here. And we get these fence posts coming across I want to make sure we add in a few guidelines for those as well the bottom of the fence. This bottom sort of sideways post the top of the fence right there so don't worry about that. We're mostly looking for lines that are either going after this vanishing point or this vanishing point but anything that's gonna be vertical or up or down we don't really have to worry about those. Oh right. I think we have all the guidelines and that we need. So now what we can do is we can go ahead and actually have an add a guideline just right here in the bottom of this window. Seal. All right. I think that's good. Maybe we could actually had a guideline right here for the bottom of this window. So there's a window that kind of comes out from underneath this awning. All right great. So now if we go ahead and we turn off this layer this background layer which has our original sketch on it you can see we have a very blocked out version of our house that we can go ahead and start adding some more detail on. So what I want to do is I'm going to go ahead and I'm going to add a layer above all of this. So I have a new layer here and this is gonna be my drawing layer. So I want to do my drawing layer which will be the final drawing. So just label it drawing. And this is where I'm going to do all of my final marks and stuff like that so I can go ahead and I can turn these layers back on. Well actually let's leave our schedule layer off. Let's go ahead to add a new layer and we'll fill that in with a white just so we can see it. Now we don't need our original sketch anymore. We might turn it back on for a second just to look at where a detail was on that but let's go ahead and let's start drawing. So first what I'm gonna do is using my brush tool I'm just gonna start restating some of these lines that aren't the guidelines so any of these lines that are going off to our vanishing point we just want to ignore those. But if there is a line let's say for example this line right here that line right there is going to stay. That's gonna be an actual part of our drawing. So we can go ahead and draw it in. Same right here there should be a straight line going up and down so we can draw that in. Now what it might also help if we go ahead and we come down here to our guidelines layer and let's go ahead and bring the opacity down. So I'm gonna bring that down to let's say about 35 percent. We can do the same thing with our horizon line in that way. It's just easier to differentiate between our actual drawing and our guidelines. So let's go ahead and get started. So I'm going to go ahead and I'm gonna start with let's say we want to start with this fence back here. Let's start with the furthest thing back so I can go ahead and start drawing just a straight line like this and then I can draw a straight line from here to here. Go ahead do the top of this fence that so we gonna get a fence back here that goes back to the side of the house and we get a fence that goes along the front of the house. It's going to connect from there to there then we can go out and connect a line come straight up like that and then we get this side of the house over here. We don't want to go over that awning we want to make sure that we avoid that. All right. And then we can go ahead. Let's say that this is some core gate and metal back here. Let's go ahead let's just add some straight lines coming down in a lot of softwares all you have to do is just hold down shift to draw these straight lines but every software should be equipped with a way to draw straight lines whoops just something like that. Let's go ahead and come over here to this front area. I want to draw a line. I want to kind of match this angle up here. So even though I didn't have it line drawn there in the original one I could kind of match the angle and actually it's a little bit off so let me try redrawing that. So I'll just draw a line something like that matches the angle pretty freaking well then let's go ahead and we can draw a few straight lines like this and I'm gonna turn these into box holes in this fence. We'll just start by drawing these nice simple little straight up and down lines. Now I'm not even holding down shift to make these perfect. I'm just kind of sketching them and they don't have to be perfect then I can go ahead and connect them like this then I'm gonna go ahead and add some more detail here so I'll just go a straight up and down line there. Straight one right here and I can connect from here to there and connect from here to there like that. And then I can connect some pieces in between so do some paneling like this just some straight up and down lines just keeping it nice and simple and then just because of the angle we're looking at it we're gonna get a little bit more of a ledge right here. I think I'm actually going to bring my bra size down as well just so we can get some thinner lines something like that size should do. Go ahead and add a ledge like that. We'll do one coming across here and what we can do is we can just click all the way across these and then just using our race tool we'll go ahead and bring that size down really small and we can just go in there any race out the line that crosses over this wood paneling just like that. Then let's go ahead and we can add alleged to each one of these pieces of paneling just by doing a straight line up like that and then let's add some pieces that are coming across this fence so I can go ahead and draw a line across like this and just kind of stain with the same angle that I have here and my guidelines. So the perspective looks correct. And then once again we need to go in there with our eraser just erase out the parts that go over these wood paneling pieces we also possibly want to do the same thing to these square holes. So switching back to my brush tool I'll go ahead and I can just kind of rough those in by hand like that. All right great. We also really want the top surface to our fence so many go ahead and just kind of Adeline like that and then I can just add a straight line coming across like this and then using my racer oh once again just race out that top surface that way we don't get those lines from the corrugated metal fence behind it. And it will look more like a solid fence. We got some lines over here that overshot a little bit so we can go in and clean that up real quick too. All right. Perfect. It's going to zoom out see how that looks. All right. Great. It's looking pretty good. Let's go ahead and move on a little bit further onto the House. So let's go ahead and let's draw this door. So I want to go ahead and just connect these lines coming up like that connect that come across like that and let's go ahead and add sort of a framing around this door. So I have a straight line coming up like that. And actually I can just draw a perfectly straight line set of just clicking and then dragging that line out and then I come cross the top like that. Let's add a little bit of a ledge to this like we did on the fence. So I zoom in here so you can see a little bit better. I'm just gonna add a straight up line come in like that really close to that one and that just kind of adds that little ledge to the door then I'll go ahead and add this little window right here. It's just a straight line there. Whoops to a straight line right there. And do a line coming across like that which kind of follows that same angle of our guidelines. Sat a little bit of a frame around that great. We could even add a little line there in that corner in that corner just to kind of make it look like it's beveled inwards. Some lines come across just indicate that that's some sort of glass or something. Right. Perfect. Then we want to do the bottom of the door like that do a ledge up here. So we want to kind of follow if we zoom out if we do a line we do a line for the top surface of that door. We want to make sure that it's kind of following with these angles leading back to this vanishing point out over here. So just kind of looking at these angles it would probably be coming back something like that. So just add in just a little tiny line just like that. We'll zoom back in there. Bring the line across right there for the top surface. All right great. Let's go ahead and let's add this awning right here so I had a line from there to there first and then we can do. And actually what I'm going to do is since I want this to be core get a medal I'll go ahead and real quick draw that line and for that part of the house. But over here back on this awning since we want this to look like corrugated metal from this angle we're gonna see the sort of wiggly profile of that shape. So let's go ahead let's just draw it in just like that. Keeping it nice and simple and then what we can do is we can just draw some straight lines connecting back like this from one wiggle to the other one on the other side. And that just creates a nice corrugated metal effect once we get over here they're gonna start going behind this part of the house so we can't really see it too well. And that's all right. Something like that. We just want to give that impression. Now when you're drawing like this it's good to sometimes turn off your guide layers and just kind of see what you're drawing is looking like by itself. So let's go ahead and let's turn off these layers and zoom out. So that looks that's looking pretty good. All right. So we're on a good track go and turn those back on all right. So next let's go ahead and let's see. Looking at this I actually think that this roof right here the corner of it needs to be more like out here. So what I'm gonna do is I'm just gonna I'm going to go back to my guidelines layer and I'm going to redraw guideline coming out there. So from here all the way out here maybe I'll bring that up a little bit higher actually loops because we want it to sell follow that same trajectory. So we wanted to follow this trajectory right here of that roofline we just want it to extend out further. So there we go something like that. And I want the point of the roof to be somewhere right there now. So what I'll do is I'll just go ahead and you raise all of this switching back to my brush. I can go ahead and draw a line across like that and draw a line across like that connecting back to our original point. I think that looks better. That roof looks more centered now. All right. So let's come back to our drawing layer and let's continue drawing so let's go ahead and let's draw this roof in and draw a straight line like that I'll draw a line up to the top like that and then went back like this and let's just add some thickness to that by basically redrawn that same arrow shape but a little bit further down like that right. Perfect. And then we can kind of add some more depth to our roof by drawing a line that comes out from this vanishing point all the way back out to this point like that. But we want to make sure that it's straight. So let's go ahead and come back down to our guidelines. Anytime you need to draw another guideline in there don't be afraid come back down to your guidelines layer and just go ahead and draw it. Because we dropped the opacity on this entire layer. Anything you draw with this black color is going to show up more like a gray. So we can add that in just like that that guideline in there. Come back up to our drawing layer and then we can just follow those lines you just drew like that. Go ahead and that end right there all right. Perfect it's looking pretty good. Let's go ahead and add this roofline in. So from right there all the way back to their awesome. And then I'm going to go ahead and you race out a little area right here in the front. I'm going to make some sort of a diamond shape design something like that perfect all right. Now on all of this let's come back to our schedule to see what we have drawn here. So if we turn our sketch back on turn this white background off let's actually just turn everything off except for the sketch. So have a look at it and look at the detail that I've drawn on here. So we have kind of these paneling pieces that go up like that and then we have these slides that come across like this. So let's go ahead and let's draw something in like that. So I'm gonna turn off my layers back on and then on my drawing layer make sure you're drawing this on your drawing layer because you don't want to make the mistake of drawing something on the wrong layer. It's really hard to fix. So let's go ahead and let's start drawing in some sort of paneling. So just draw some lines coming straight up like this maybe I'll undo that let's actually bring that a little bit more into the center of the door something like that would do the same thing on this back part of the building that we already have a line right there that kind of lines up with that so we're down to draw that all the way down. All right. Perfect. Let's go ahead and zoom in there and let's just add alleged to these. So just add another line really close to it like that will do the same thing on this protruding part of the building where the door is right. Great. Now what we can do is we can go ahead and we can add in some wood slabs. So following the same angle right here I'm just going to draw a line from here right there. Now just follow that line right there. So I want to about evenly spaced these I'm just kind of eyeballing it that we can actually go ahead and just draw these all the way across. If we want to that angle is kind of off. So I'm going to go ahead and redo these last two I'll just draw all they crossed. So like that perfect. And then we can just go back in there and you raise those out I'll go ahead and zoom in a little bit too just so we can see a little bit better what's going on there. It's going to raise those so we wanted to we could even get really small in a race out on that edge just depends on how detailed you want to get. All right. Perfect. Let's go ahead and do the same thing on the other parts of the building. So right here this is actually just a wood paneling piece going all the way up the corner of that part of the building. And so we don't have to add any slats coming across but between these areas we do. So we'll go ahead and we'll draw those in so just following the angle of these strode across like that and let's go ahead and come down to the guideline layer and let's just draw some more guides and up here because we don't really have any guides up there so we want to make sure we're drawing these in the right part so draw a guide line there and it would actually be super useful to just go out and draw these about the distance that each would slash should be. So you can just trace over them. So let's come back down to a drawing layer or up to a drawing layer and using a brush will go ahead and just trace on top of those. Let's just trace them all the way across so we can erase amount now where we make sure that the line stays straight all the way crossed. All right then we'll go back in there any race that our zoom out. See how that looks and we can actually make these portrait out a little bit more up here. So if I just go ahead and I draw a line like this then connecting back like that then what we can do is we can erase this roofline out right there and now it's going to look like it's kind of over hanging over that part of the roof zoom out. See that looks pretty good. Let's go ahead and let's turn off all of our guide layers and just see our drone is looking so far it's looking pretty good. Let's go and turn those back on. Let's continue. All right. So for this roof we're basically going to do the same thing. So I'm just gonna go ahead and timelapse this and just make it go a little bit quicker so you don't have to watch me we do the same exact thing in real time all right. Great. So we just got that roofline done. Let's go ahead and turn these off. See how it looks all right. It's looking pretty good. Let's go ahead and continue on. So turn those guidelines back on. Let's go ahead and add this awning. This awning is not going to be corrugated metal. Let's just keep it nice and simple just something flat. Looking let's go ahead and add a little bit of a wedge to it so it's going to bring a line straight down like that. Same with on this side. And then I can just go ahead and connect those like that and do the same thing coming up to here keeping it very simple. Let's go ahead and let's get to work on these windows. I want to turn my sketch back on. See what that looks like. All right. So we got this piece in the middle here and those pieces on the side piece on the bottom. And then we have these two sort of slats coming across the front of the window so turn all my layers back on. Go ahead and start by drawing the straight edge right here. The more connected cross the front like that straight edge right there. Perfect. All right. So we get this slab right here on this bottom part so I'll just draw a line loops draw a line coming across adding that to my drawing would do the same thing for this one and actually that shouldn't be there. It's going to get rid of that. So this one down here. Now let's go ahead and let's add one right here on this side. I had one over here on this other side. Now we want to add one about in the middle. So just because of perspective the window on the left is gonna be a little bit less wide than the window on the right. So this distance right there is gonna be wider than that distance right there because the further way things get the smaller they become the closer towards the vanishing point they are the smaller they become. All right. So we have those in place. Then let's go ahead. Let's add in sort of a corner. So we want to kind of match this angle right here. Something close to that. So we want a little corner going out in that angle seeing with there. Now we can add just a little ledge to those windows so they don't look so flat come all the way across here like that. And we can go ahead and race it out in a second and go back in there with an eraser and just a race that perfect. Let's go ahead and zoom out. So that looks it's looking pretty good. All right I'm going to look at my sketch one more time already so let's add some pieces coming across the front. So I'll add one coming across right here. So when I add a line like that first and then just have it come across like that when I had a line right there as well and just make the top surface of that part of the window and then do this front surface coming across like that and I actually want that to come all the way across will move up and do one up here so let's put this one let's start it right about here I'm just eyeballing about where I want these to be. There's no perfect perfect measurement here or anything like that. All right. Great. Then we'll go ahead just use our eraser and let's just erase that out where we don't want it. No problem and have to bring up bra size down a little bit smaller to get into the some of these details in here. We'll zoom in real quick so we want to you re so that right there when we reset right there. Also on a race out this line. We missed it on this one. We'll come back up in a race that did the same thing over here and we can go back in and touch that back up. We also need to add a line coming across right there. Perfect. It's looking pretty good now have that window drawn in. Let's go ahead we can add a few lines coming across kind of like we did on the other window just kind of gives like an animal like comic book type effect for like just signifying to the viewer that that's glass of some sort. And it's also a flat surface perfect. We wanted to we could even add some more detail in there we could do something like adding in some curtains or something like that behind the glass something like that. All right. Let's see. Coming back to our sketch see what we got down here. All right. So we basically got the same slabs coming down like we have up here so we'll go ahead and add those in. So I'm just going to follow these same paneling we have on our window so just continue those downwards like this I'm also going to do one across the bottom like that and go ahead and go in there and you race those out this it's going to zoom in there so you can see what's going on a little bit better all right now let's go ahead and add a little ledge. These are just kind of angling out like that and on this side we'll do a line come straight up. Same with over here. Just draw a line coming across like this and we can just go back in there and you race where we don't want those lines to bring down our size get into that little tiny my new detail. It's going to zoom out. So that looks all right. Great. So now we just need to add some paneling going across there. So let's go ahead and come back to our guidelines layer and what we want to do we want to add some more guidelines in there. So coming off from this this vanishing point out here we're gonna do some lines coming across like this. So we can use those for a guide for a paneling. Great. It's come back to our drawing layer and let's draw those in now. Come across the cross there. Now try to avoid coming like for example right here right there. That's unnecessary because then we have to go in there and we have to erase out these parts over here. So it's not worth going all the way across those try to only add the lines where you need to add them. It'll save you time. All right now let's go ahead any race out where we don't want that. So right up on here for example we don't want on that piece of paneling and using a smaller eraser we'll go ahead and you race out right here on this edge it's going to zoom out all right. Look looking pretty good. Let's go ahead and turn off our horizon line and all that. See how this looks all by itself. And it's looking pretty good. I think that currently you're in there look kind of weird just because I couldn't really see what I was doing there's too many lines going on. But we'll just leave it in there anyways. You can see where we've really drawn a building and really nice and correct perspective. So we started off with a super simple sketch like this that wasn't in very good perspective. And by the end well we're not completely done yet but at this point we have something that is looking correct. It's looking like it actually exists in perspective and in space. So what I'm going to do now is from this point on everything's gonna be basically the same concept all the same things. And so you can watch me I'm going to speed this up so it's in time lapse. You don't just sit and watch me do this in real time. But if you want to learn more just go ahead and stick around and watch me finish this drawing. All right. So there we go. Our drawing is now complete. If we wanted to spend more time on this we could really polish it up and stuff and make sure our line quality is perfect because we started out with a little bit thicker lines over here. So we probably should have stayed to the same line quality the whole time but that's all right. The perspective is correct in this and that's what's most important. Another thing we could've done is if we wanted to we really could have taken her time and make sure that we found the center of these roofs and the way we would have done that is by drawing an ax from one corner to the other and then just coming straight up from there. And that would have center those a little bit better rather than just eyeballing them but they look good enough. Now you can see that I added some detail in here such as these trees some of these cables coming off the house some sort of electrical wires or something like that just add a little bit more detail in there and those don't really require perspective you can just kind of sketch those and yourself. Now a drawing like this could be finished or you could add color to it or this can be your base for doing an actual digital painting so rather than just adding color to it you would actually go in there and paint on top of this and start adding in a realistic sort of detail and color. Now what I invite you to do is I want you to do your own sketch. Look at some reference of buildings or environments or whatever something that uses some simple perspective that makes sort of flat plains like cubes and stuff like that. And I want you to do a simple sketch of an idea you have. And then I want you to try to draw that with correct perspective. So do what we did here. Take a picture of your sketch. Put it into Photoshop and then draw on top of it figure out where your horizon line is. Figure out where your vanishing points are. And once you figure that out then you can just go ahead and redraw it but make sure that you have all of that perspective in there. One last little note is that once you have drawn your drawing you don't need all this extra space out here for. So all you have to do is just go ahead and crop it so we'll just bring this crop in back to where we originally had it. So somewhere right about there you can have it right there and bring this up like that. Bring that down and we will pull this out a little bit more that go ahead and enter. All right. Perfect. So now you can see that we have our drawing and it's been cropped and everything so this looks a little bit more natural because our vanishing points are off the page. You can actually see where they are. And this looks more like something you would see in a movie or photography or a background for an animated film. Thanks for watching and I'll see you in the next lecture.