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How to draw a hallway in 1-point perspective, part 2

Draw a Hallway in 1-Point Perspective, Part 2

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start adding some detail on your back wall.

start adding some detail on your back wall.

To make your floor tiles measure the bottom of your square and divide it up equally based on how many floor tiles are present in your hallway. Count how many tiles are between each wall.

To make your floor tiles measure the bottom of your square and divide it up equally based on how many floor tiles are present in your hallway. Count how many tiles are between each wall.

Connect each measurement with the V.P. and draw your line through the floor space.

Connect each measurement with the V.P. and draw your line through the floor space.

connect each measurement with the VP, each line should be at a different angle.

connect each measurement with the VP, each line should be at a different angle.

draw a diagonal from one corner to the nex.

draw a diagonal from one corner to the nex.

mark off where your diagonal crosses over your floor tile lines. Mark each intersection off with a dot.

mark off where your diagonal crosses over your floor tile lines. Mark each intersection off with a dot.

draw a horizontal like across the floor where your made a dot on your diagonal. Make sure your ruler is parallel to your border and the bottom of your back wall.

draw a horizontal like across the floor where your made a dot on your diagonal. Make sure your ruler is parallel to your border and the bottom of your back wall.

continue your horizontal lines until you have marked through each dot.

continue your horizontal lines until you have marked through each dot.

erase your diagonal and your dots.

erase your diagonal and your dots.

door way. Start by drawing a vertical line that is parallel to your border, draw this line from the floor ALMOST to the ceiling linne. Leave a little space because the door does not go to the ceiling.

door way. Start by drawing a vertical line that is parallel to your border, draw this line from the floor ALMOST to the ceiling linne. Leave a little space because the door does not go to the ceiling.

Connect the top of that line with the VP and draw that line. This will be the top of the doorway.

Connect the top of that line with the VP and draw that line. This will be the top of the doorway.

Draw another vertical line parallel to the first for the other side of the door.

Draw another vertical line parallel to the first for the other side of the door.

Draw your door frame. Keep mind the door frame should be thinner as it gets further away from the viewer. erase your connecting lines.

Draw your door frame. Keep mind the door frame should be thinner as it gets further away from the viewer. erase your connecting lines.

Column, Start by drawing a vertical line from the ceiling to the floor.

Column, Start by drawing a vertical line from the ceiling to the floor.

draw a second line that is a long as the 1st line (should go slightly past the floor and ceiling lines.

draw a second line that is a long as the 1st line (should go slightly past the floor and ceiling lines.

draw a 3rd vertical line.

draw a 3rd vertical line.

Connect line 1 and line 2 with a horizontal line that is parallel to your border.

Connect line 1 and line 2 with a horizontal line that is parallel to your border.

connect the corner made by the vertical line and line 2 to your VP

connect the corner made by the vertical line and line 2 to your VP

connect the corner made by the vertical line and line 2 to your VP

connect the corner made by the vertical line and line 2 to your VP

erase all connecting lines, lines that are too long, and lines behind the column.

erase all connecting lines, lines that are too long, and lines behind the column.

do the sam thing to the bottom of your column

do the sam thing to the bottom of your column

connect line 1 with line 2 by a horizontal line.

connect line 1 with line 2 by a horizontal line.

connect the corner of line 2 with theVP

connect the corner of line 2 with theVP

erase

erase

floor tiles, doorway, and column.

  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Paper