Es muy buen tutorial, no lo pongo en duda para nada.
¿Pero puedes darme algún detalle o información más sobre profundidad aplicada, por favor? Es una gran carencia en mis intentos de dibujar, y me gustaría aprender de los mejores, tú pareces muy bueno con esto.
Si no puedes, ¿podrías recomendarme otro tutorial, inglés Internet o dónde sea) que expanda la valiosa información que has expuesto aquí?
I'd like to say excellent job, but some of the English sentances just don't quite parse, not to mention punctuation and spelling at times.
"In overcast days we can say that colors are "real", there isn't much contrast and shadows and shy and difuse." There are several places I want to insert commas just as I retype this, you use ""and" too much, what is "shy" (the shadows? the colors?), etc.
"Another would be "if in a sunset, the atmosphere is very dense, the sun generates a big halo around himself that makes shapes fade." First off, the sun is an it (a big halo around itself), the sentance structure is confusing (Don't you mean that "if the atmosphere is very dense"?.
I can point to several of the likes of this. Sometimes I'm only guessing what you may mean. It also doesn't help that I am sometimes confused with technical definition. It would be helpful if you point to technical points in your illustrions you add to your explenations.
"Horizon line represents the heigth of the viewer." Doesn't it represent the ANGLE of the viewing? Shouldn't the horizion be the point where the sky and ground meet?
Overall, I have to read something you have written several times. I have to guess what you may have meant and that is not good, I'm afraid.
A very clear breakdown of perspective and atmosphere. Despite a few grammar and spelling errors (in the english version) that need to be cleaned up, you provided a simple and easily understood tutorial of perspective. The variations on the castle picture were especially helpful/illustrative to understanding how a scene changes under different atmosphere and light. Well done!