One-point to Two-point Perspective


Okay, we’ve used some simple one-point perspective to draw blocks and shapes in perspective. One-point is a perfectly acceptable way to represent 3-D images in a 2-D illustration, but what if you’re not standing directly in front of one of the surfaces?

Welcome to Two-point Perspective!

First, make sure you understand the basics of one-point perspective, which we covered in the previous two chapters (shown here). Give them a second look, if needed.


Step 1 Once again, start with a horizon line; only this time, ...

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