Hi and welcome back to the fifth lesson in this series on how to draw perspective.
Just as a quick recap, in the previous lessons, we went though a simple drawing exercise in one point perspective.
If you missed those lessons, be sure to click on the link below to watch them now:
Perspective Lesson 1 – Introduction To Drawing Perspective
Perspective Lesson 2 – Elements of A Perspective Drawing
Perspective Lesson 3 – How One Point Perspective Works
Perspective Lesson 4 – One Point Perspective Drawing Exercise
So in today’s lesson, we are going to go through step by step how to draw a room in perspective. The room that you are going to draw will look something like this:
(For details instructs on the drawing, please refer to the video above)
So that what our drawing is going to look like so far.
In tomorrow’s lesson, we are going to continue with this drawing and add some more details to it. Also, we will be shading the final drawing as well to make it look really realistic.
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Thank you for sharing your artistic knowledge. I really enjoyed the video. I thought the way you explained perspective was very clear, concise, uncluttered and to the point. You made that concept very easy to understand and I thought having your students follow along with a drawing of their own helps make the point (no pun intended) very clear and concrete. Iam hoping that learning perspective will also help me in my photography as well. I just know this will help in my vectors/drawings but I wasn’t sure how it would in photography.
Ethan, yet again you make it so simple.Thank you.
You are welcome, Mary!
I have trouble remembering to apply perspectivve to my sketches. I find these videos very helpful. Thank you!