How to draw one point perspective, with examples from real life. You see step by step instructions.
Drawing different shapes in two point perspective.
Drawing a building in two point perspective, adding details and features in perspective.
Step by step drawing basic three point perspective.
This lesson presents page composition of your page or canvas with the three vanishing points far outside the finished picture. You watch a three point perspective illustration of a tree house come to life as it's sketched and inked with light source in mind.
Step by step drawing basic three point perspective, below the horizon line. This gives you a birds' eye view. The second lesson is Three point perspective drawing, looking up.
How to draw multiple objects from more than one perspective in the same drawing.
Drawing perspective to scale requires a system using grids. The simpler you make your grid, the easier it is. You'll start with a one dimensional design on a measured grid. Use the measurement system you're most accustomed to.
Adding colour and texture to a one point perspective drawing, to scale. We'll use some techniques from previous lessons, on light source, shading and texture. You can go back and re-watch those any time.
Adding people into your scaled drawings allows you to show how people fit into your space. Find more info about this in your downloadable PDF workbook for Module 5.