Art - One Point Perspective

Mrs. Bedford - Grade 6

What is One-Point Perspective?

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How To Draw Letters In One Point Perspective

How to Draw 3D Block Letters - DAD in One-Point Perspective - MAT
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One point perspective is one of the easiest perspective drawing styles available. The reason for this is that all lines lead to a single point, and regardless of how complex your object is, it's easy to realize when you've made a mistake, and just as easy to correct it.

Some Important Rules

Before we jump in, there are some important rules to keep in mind when drawing in one point perspective.

  • All vertical construction lines are parallel to one another;
  • All horizontal construction lines are parallel to one another;
  • Given the lack of a second and third vanishing point, this perspective relies on orthogonal construction lines;
  • This style of perspective, although convincing, is not always accurate


Reference: technical-drawing-for-beginners-one-point-perspective--vector-21839

One Point Perspective Part 1

One Point Perspective Part 1

One Point Perspective Part 2

One Point Perspective Part 2
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2 Point Perspective

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How To Draw A City Using Two Point Perspective
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