Hello and welcome! This post will be about 8 step by step examples of two point perspective drawing to let you carefully analyze my drawing process. However, if you want to know more about two point perspective drawing, you can find the basic rules and also free downloadable exercises in my previous post here. But if you have no idea about perspective, you might want to start here!
Basically, two-point perspective drawing is a drawing technique that creates the illusion of depth and space in a two-dimensional drawing. In short, there are two vanishing points on the horizon line, which is a horizontal line that represents the viewer’s eye level. In addition, these two vanishing points determine the position and angle of all the lines and objects in the drawing.
Eventually, this technique is commonly used in architectural and interior design drawings, as well as in illustrations and comics. As a result, it allows the artist to create realistic and immersive scenes that appear to extend beyond the two-dimensional page.
However, if you want to start learning from the beginning, check out my one-point and two-point perspective drawing post.
Remember, it takes some time, effort, energy, and patience to make progress. However, I usually forget this and get easily frustrated from time to time. Therefore, this is a reminder, first to myself. Maybe you might not see any difference on the first day, second day, or even the third day. Nevertheless, I know and am confident that with discipline and consistency, you can achieve whatever you want.
That’s all for now! I hope these 8 step by step examples of two point perspective drawing will help you use these rules in your daily drawings and sketches. Also, remember to download the FREE file from my previous post, and try the examples by yourself! Additionally, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.
Furthermore, I invite you to check out my Instagram for more drawings and inspiration.
Thank you for reading and happy drawing!
Perspective drawing is one of the fundamentals you need to understand in order to create realistic and believable scenes. This is used to give three dimensions to an illustration because it allows us to see the depth in an image and understand the distance between the objects, making it more interesting than a flat image. But more importantly, it captures how our eyes see the world naturally, which is not on a measured scale.
Usually, one point perspective is used when directly facing an object and two point perspective is used to draw an object from its corner.