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How to Draw Perspective: Drawing Using Three-, Two-, and One-Point Perspective Techniques

Join Naomi Ekperigin, editor for American Artist magazine, for a look at one of the most common types of perspective drawing, linear perspective. This video tutorial begins with a look at one-point perspective and the basics of perspective drawing. Add even more dimension to your work using the two-point perspective technique. Then challenge yourself by adding a third vanishing point, and transitioning into three-point perspective. Watch this free video and get started drawing perspective using three-, two-, and one-point perspective!

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How to Draw Perspective:
Drawing Using Three-, Two-, and One-Point Perspective Techniques

Perspective is the art of drawing or painting what the eye sees, in other words, making two dimensional objects seem three. Artists use a variety of perspective drawing techniques to create the illusion of distance and depth on a flat surface.

We put together this free tutorial to help guide your perspective drawing efforts, starting with a basic one-point perspective, moving onto additional angles and formations with two-point perspective, and ending with a three-point perspective overview. What better way to learn than through step-by-step perspective drawing lessons? Access your free linear perspective video today to get expert tips and begin expanding your perspective drawing techniques.

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Drawing in Perspective: One-Point Perspective

In 1-point perspective all parallel lines meet at a single point on the horizon, called the vanishing point. The most difficult thing about 1-point perspective drawing is finding this horizon line.

Finding the Horizon Line

If you are rendering a flat expanse or the ocean, finding the horizon line can be pretty easy. But if the horizon line is blocked from your view, you’ve got to establish it. Naomi gives her tips on how to establish your horizon line with 1-point perspective. Discover how to add variety to your art by altering your line of sight so that it is above the object, head on with it, or below. One of the most important things to remember when altering your line of sight in 1-point perspective is to maintain your view throughout, so that your drawing looks realistic.

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Drawing in Perspective: Two-Point Perspective

Although 2-point perspective is very similar to 1-point perspective, there are important differences to understand. In 2-point perspective the vanishing point is still on the horizon line but this time, there are two of them (instead of the one vanishing point as seen in 1-point perspective). A great example of this is when you are drawing a house. In 2-point perspective you see a corner of a house where one wall recedes to one vanishing point and the other wall recedes in the opposite direction.

 
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Free Perspective Drawing Video Tutorial:
Drawing in Perspective: Three-Point Perspective

When drawing 3-point perspective you can choose to draw from a worm’s eye view looking up, or a bird’s eye view looking down. Naomi demonstrates 3-point perspective with a picture that shows the difference between worm’s eye view and bird’s eye view. For 3-point perspective drawing the outside edges will form convergence lines that suggest a third vanishing point. The rules for finding the other two vanishing points are the same as an image with 2-point perspective.


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How to Draw Perspective:
Drawing in Perspective Using Three-, Two-, and One-Point Perspective Techniques

Download this free video tutorial today and learn how to draw many different types of perspectives from drawing expert, Naomi Ekperigin. Find joy and inspiration in each segment of the free perspective drawing tutorial. Expand your knowledge of linear perspective with her informative perspective drawing lessons and tips.
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From the basics of finding your horizon line to pinpointing your vanishing point, with this free video from expert Naomi Ekperigin you’ll learn how to draw perspective. Start with the basics of 1-point perspective, then add another vanishing point to create 2-point perspective. Add a third vanishing point in the sky for a 3-point perspective challenge. Breathe life and dimension into your drawings and paintings with perspective drawing, when you claim your free video from Artist Daily!

How to Draw Perspective:
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