When art students understand how to use perspective, they will be able to recreate the world around them with a higher degree of success on paper. One point perspective is extremely useful for drawing interior scenes. To draw using perspective, students only need paper, a pencil, and a ruler or straight edge.
This time-saving PDF file includes two printable booklets and two complete examples of one point perspective drawings created by high school students.
“1 Point Perspective How to Draw a Box above, on, and below the Horizon Line” is 10 pages long including the title page. There are step-by-step written directions and black and white illustrations that describe how to render 3-D boxes using perspective.
“1 Point Perspective How to Draw a Room” is 20 pages long including the title page. There are 36 step-by-step black and white illustrations accompanied by descriptive text that provides an example of how to draw a room using one point perspective.
After students practice using perspective by following along with these drawing tutorials, they should be able to create their own original illustrations. These booklets would be great to use as part of a drawing lesson on perspective, or they could be used independently by students who want to create an indoor scene as part of an assignment. The teacher can use these as reference during a demonstration, or the instructor can copy them and pass them out to the class. These drawing tutorial booklets would be easy to leave with a substitute too.
Would you prefer these directions as a follow-along PowerPoint tutorial? Look no further, 1 Point Perspective How to Draw Boxes and a Room PowerPoint
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If you are interested in this product but you need more materials regarding perspective drawing, don’t buy this product! Instead, check out the 1, 2, and 3 Point Linear Perspective Bundle
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