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Drawing furniture using One Point Perspective
Draw diagonal lines from each corner to the VP.
Measure up2 inches FROM THE VP along each upper diagonal line.
Drop vertical lines from these points to the lower diagonal lines.
Connect with horizontal lines to form the back wall.
Delete all lines inside the back wall. Leave the VP!
The bottom left corner of the box is right on the diagonal line that is the left edge of the floor.
Draw guide lines to the VP.
Draw the side of the box.
Draw the top of the box.
Divide the box into 2 equal sections, using a vertical line on the side, and a horizontal line on the top.
Mirror: Draw a vertical line (same height as the box) up from the top of the box.
Mirror: Guide line from top of vertical line to VP.
Mirror: Vertical line to draw back of mirror: erase guidelines to VP.
Mirror: Make a frame by drawing vertical and diagonal lines (that go to the VP) inside of the mirror.
Dresser drawers and bookcase: draw 2 evenly spaced lines to VP.
Erase guidelines, divide dresser side in half.
Dresser: draw light guidelines (these will be erased!) to mark where the knobs will go.
Dresser: draw knobs for each of the 6 drawers in the dresser.
Dresser: Erase the guidelines for the pull knobs.
Bookcase: add depth by drawing 3 horizontal lines.
Finished bookcase: you do NOT have to shade it in.)
Alternate bookcase: leaving a space between the dresser & the bookcase.
Notice the space between the bookcase and the dresser.
The bottom right corner of the bed is on the diagonal line that forms the right edge of the floor.
Bed: draw guidelines to VP- erase any lines inside of the guidelines (back wall, bottom edge of right wall).
Use a vertical line to draw the side of the bed. Notice that it ends before it touches the back wall.
Draw the top of the bed, using a horizontal line.
Bed legs: Make an opening on the front of the bed; guideline to vP. Draw a guideline to VP on side of bed.
Draw an opening on the side of the bed. Draw bed leg on front.
Erase all guidelines.
Add a pillow.
Alcove on right wall. Draw a vertical line.
Alcove on right wall. Guidelines to VP.
Alcove on right wall. Back edge of alcove is a vertical line.
Alcove on right wall. Erase guidelines.
Alcove on right wall. Draw a guideline to VP inside opening.
Add a horizontal line to show depth.
Draw a vertical line to show the wall in the recessed alcove.
You do NOT have to shade it..
Window: Draw a vertical line.
Window: Draw a diagonal line to VP/
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