Creating nice cities or landscape using perspective is great! But what about interior perspective? How do you design a nice room with accurate perspective?
In this tutorial, I will demonstrate how easy it is to create a simple one point perspective to create a simple room in six easy steps.
First, draw a small rectangle to create the wall on the back of the room. Since it's a one point perspective drawing, add only one vanishing point in the bottom part of your rectangle. Make sure that the dot is centered (not too much on the left or the right).
Add four lines to your drawing by making sure that all lines are touching the vanishing point and that each line is placed near a different corner of the rectangle.
Next, sketch the floor, the ceiling and the two walls remaining using the lines drawn in the previous step. I have added some grey tones to the floor and the ceiling to help you read the image better. Notice that all other lines are not converging towards the vanishing point. They are rather horizontal or vertical.
To add a door, simply draw a line (starting on the vanishing point) to help you locate the top of it. The sides of the door are made with vertical lines.
Repeat the same steps to create a window, only this time add a second line to determine the location of the bottom of your window.
To create a window on the back wall that is similar to the one on the right wall, just use the lines you have created for the first window (on the right) to help you locate the exact position of the new window.
Like you can see on the image above, the lines used to create the new window on the back are horizontal. They need to be perfectly aligned with the junction of the previous lines near the right side of the back wall.
That's it! You have created a simple and nice room using interior perspective and one vanishing point! I hope you had fun following this tutorial and feel free to come back again for more drawing resources!