Learn how to draw a great looking Easy Room in One-Point Perspective with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Easy Room in One-Point Perspective.
Learning how to draw an easy room in one-point perspective is the first step towards mastering realistic landscapes.
One-point perspective means that objects appear smaller as they get farther away from the viewer. In this perspective, everything seems to "disappear" at a single point.
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Of course, when drawing a room, all objects are close enough to the viewer that they don't actually disappear on the horizon.
But you will use a point system with overlapping lines to create the three-dimensional effect.
The drawing below depicts a living room, but you can also learn how to draw a bedroom from a one-point perspective with this tutorial.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing an Easy Room in One-Point Perspective
How to Draw a Great Looking Easy Room in One-Point Perspective for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the easy room in a one-point perspective outline by drawing a large "X" across the paper. The center of the "X" is the vanishing point, and the lines indicate the corners between the walls, floor, and ceiling.
Enclose two successively larger rectangles around the center of the "X," outlining the back wall and its window. Then, enclose a rectangular door along one wall.
Easy Easy Room in One-Point Perspective Drawing - Step 2
2. Erase the center of the "X" from the back wall. Use curved lines to draw a sofa - its seat, back, and arms - along one wall, erasing the lines from behind it.
Easy Easy Room in One-Point Perspective Drawing - Step 3
3. Contour the couch arms with curved lines. On the opposite wall, use straight lines to enclose a rectangular prism. Draw an oval-shaped drawer on the front of the furniture.
In the center of the room, Use straight lines to outline the top of a rectangular table. Curve the lines slightly on the unfinished end.
Easy Easy Room in One-Point Perspective Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw two straight lines at the end of the table. From the bottom line, extend two more lines to enclose the tablecloth. Contour the fabric with short lines.
Then, extend two pairs of parallel lines below the table, and attach them on the ends, forming the legs. Detail the door with two rectangular panels and an oval-shaped doorknob.
Easy Easy Room in One-Point Perspective Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw a television on the entertainment center, erasing as needed. For the top of the TV, draw a rectangle inside a rectangle. Draw an oval-shaped base below it, and enclose a small trapezoid between them.
Easy Easy Room in One-Point Perspective Drawing - Step 6
Easy Easy Room in One-Point Perspective Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw curtains around the window, erasing as necessary. For the curtains, use curved lines to enclose the wavy rectangles. Connect them at the top with a pair of straight lines, the curtain rod.
Draw an oval at each end. Enclose a rectangular prism at the bottom of the window, forming the sill.
Add More Details to Your Easy Room in One-Point Perspective Picture - Step 8
8. Texture the curtains with curved lines. Draw a pair of straight, vertical lines in the middle of the window.
Use curved lines to sketch trees in the distance. Finally, use a circle, half-circle, and pairs of lines to draw a light fixture on the ceiling.
Complete the Outline of Your Easy Room in One-Point Perspective Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw two more circular light bulbs, and connect them with pairs of curved lines. Draw a clock on the wall - three successively smaller circles with teardrop-shaped arms between them.
Color Your Easy Room in One-Point Perspective Drawing
Your easy room in one-point perspective outline is now complete. Color your room and its furnishings - you get to be the interior decorator!
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