How to draw a cube with 2-point perspective | TIP 155 | VIDEO

 

Last week we sas How to draw a cube with 1-point perspective and how to recognise weither you need 1 or 2-points perspective.

I guess you also saw how easy it is to draw by just following the steps. So today, it’s time to draw a cube with 2-point perspective.

How to draw a cube with 2-point perspective.


Tutorial in few pictures below

How to draw a cube with 2 point perspective - product design

How to draw a cube with 2 point perspective - product design -a

How to draw a cube with 2 point perspective - product design -b
Above the horizon line (green line), we can see below the cube.
Below the horizon line, we can see the top surface of the cube.
The horizon line is also called the eye level. Simple right ?

How to draw a cube with 2 point perspective - product design - c vocabulary
See in the video how to draw the cube stroke-by-stroke, with the correct order of lines.

How to draw a cube with 2 point perspective - product design -d distance estimation
When the cube is in the middle of the vanishing points, both sides are equally distant.

How to draw a cube with 2 point perspective - product design -e distance estimation
If the cube is on the left, the right side is longer. Vice-versa. The distance is chosen by estimation.

How to draw a cube with 2 point perspective - product design - f step-by-step
Time for practice !

How to draw a cube with 2 point perspective - product design -g draw more boxes
And decline the same technique for drawing boxes.

You can watch the previous video at the link belows:

  1. How to draw straight lines
  2. How to draw perfect squares
  3. How to draw awesome circles
  4. Let’s now look at How to sharpen your sense of proportion with that easy trick of division.
  5. How to draw a cube with 1-point perspective

That was the last video of the series of the 6, related to the Designer Starter Kit. If you found them helpful feel free to leave a comment and share !

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Chou-Tac

If the sketching methods I’ve acquired aid me in my life and in my career, I believe that they can also help you to learn, and help you with your projects. Whether Design is a job or a hobby it doesn’t matter, so long as you do what is important to you.

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