How To Draw A Room with One Point Perspective





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Published on Oct 4, 2013

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Learn to draw a room with One Point Linear Perspective, step by step, in real time. In this video I narrate one way to draw a realistic room using linear one point perspective, from the single vanishing point to the last detail.

In this video I am going to show you how to draw a room
using one point perspective you start
with a dot
in the center of the page the dot is going
to be the vanishing point
then around the dot you draw a rectangle
using as straight a line as you can manage
and each line of
the rectangle should be parallel
to the edges the paper
next you find the
dot in the center this is your vanishing point
and all the diagonal lines
end up here
you can read from the perspective point to the corner of the rectangle
and then you continue that line to the
edge of the paper
so from the vanishing point you read to
them to the corner of the rectangle
and finish at the edge of the paper
you repeat this four times and then you
what is a box in perspective a shoe box or in this case a room
we can now add a door
we need to work out where the door would go
it needs to go slightly above the center of the back wall
and line at the top of the door needs to
be parallel
to the top rectangle that you started with
next from the vanishing point we can fond the corners of the thickness of the wall
those two lines would go towards the vanishing point
the upright is a vertical line that should be parallel to your other vertical lines
horizontal lines top and bottom of the
door frame will be horizontal to all the
other lines you have in the drawing!

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Thank you for watching and see you next time.

Tom McPherson

Circle Line Art School

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