Learn how to draw a great looking Cube in Different Perspectives with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Cube in Different Perspectives.
You know how to draw a cube, right? Cubes are the first three-dimensional objects that many people learn how to draw. But you've probably never seen anything like these cubes in different perspectives.
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But as your drawing skills progress, you want to give attention to perspective. In the easy, step-by-step tutorial below, you will learn how to draw cubes from one-point, two-point, and three-point perspectives.
In the first cube, all lines seem to vanish at a single point. In the next, each of the two side faces slant towards their own vanishing points. And in the third, the faces appear to be pulled in two different directions.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Cube in Different Perspectives
How to Draw a Great Looking Cube in Different Perspectives for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the first cube in different perspectives outline by drawing a square. This will become the near face of the first cube.
Easy Cube in Different Perspectives Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw a point above and to one side of the cube. Connect the point to three of the cube's corners using straight lines.
Easy Cube in Different Perspectives Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw straight lines in an "L" shape between the diagonal lines. Then draw a long horizontal line in the middle of the page.
Easy Cube in Different Perspectives Drawing - Step 4
4. Below the horizontal line, draw an obtuse triangle. This begins the two-point cube.
Easy Cube in Different Perspectives Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw another triangle, a mirror image of the first. Then draw a line from the point where that triangle meets the horizontal line to the center of the side of the first triangle.
Easy Cube in Different Perspectives Drawing - Step 6
6. Repeat this process on the opposite side, drawing a line from the point to the triangle on the opposite side.
Where these lines meet their respective triangles, extend vertical lines to the opposite sides of said triangles.
Easy Cube in Different Perspectives Drawing - Step 7
7. Next, begin the three-point perspective cube. Use four lines to enclose a boomerang shape.
Add More Details to Your Cube in Different Perspectives Picture - Step 8
8. Draw a vertical line through two corners of the boomerang to a point below it. Then draw straight, diagonal lines from the middle of the boomerang's two triangular halves to the point below it.
Complete the Outline of Your Cube in Different Perspectives Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw diagonal lines from the points of the triangles to the points where the diagonal lines meet their sides.
Color Your Cube in Different Perspectives Drawing
Your cube perspectives are now complete. Shade your drawings to enhance their three-dimensional appearance.
If you so desire, you can darken the lines of the actual shapes to make them stand out, while leaving the guidelines undarkened.
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