How to Draw Easy Buildings and Sky in One Point Perspective

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Complete Easy Buildings and Sky in One Point Perspective drawing
Complete Easy Buildings and Sky in One Point Perspective drawing

Have you ever walked through a big city and looked up at the sky, feeling the imposing buildings towering around you?

You can capture that moment with this easy buildings and sky in one-point perspective drawing.

What is one-point perspective? It means that as objects in your picture get farther away, they get smaller, too. Eventually, they are so small that they "vanish" into a single point.

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Usually, that point is on the horizon, but this picture is a bit different because the vanishing point is in the sky.

If you need some extra practice before you take on this unique art project, you can learn how to draw easy 3D buildings or challenge yourself with a New York skyline drawing.

Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Easy Buildings and Sky in One Point Perspective

How to Draw a Great Looking Easy Buildings and Sky in One Point Perspective for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1

Easy Building and Sky in One-Point Perspective step-by-step drawing tutorial: step 1

1. Begin the easy buildings and sky in a one-point perspective outline by drawing a dot or point in the middle of your paper. From it, extend five lines to the edge of your paper in the lower left-hand quadrant.

Cross the lines in sets of three with an "L" shaped line. Then, sketch a partial cube between the two resulting segments, erasing as necessary.

Easy Easy Buildings and Sky in One Point Perspective Drawing - Step 2

Easy Building and Sky in One-Point Perspective step-by-step drawing tutorial: step 2

2. Erase the diagonal lines between the point and the "L" shaped lines, but leave your point intact. From it, extend eight lines in a starburst pattern. Band the sets of lines with "L" shaped lines or straight lines.

Easy Easy Buildings and Sky in One Point Perspective Drawing - Step 3

Easy Building and Sky in One-Point Perspective step-by-step drawing tutorial: step 3

3. Again, erase the diagonal lines between the point and the straight or "L" shaped lines, leaving the point intact.

From it, extend eight lines from the central point. Connect them with straight, curved, or "L" shaped lines.

Easy Easy Buildings and Sky in One Point Perspective Drawing - Step 4

Easy Building and Sky in One-Point Perspective step-by-step drawing tutorial: step 4

4. Again, erase the lines between the point and the lines that cross them. Extend one more set of lines from the central point, and draw a rectangular prism inside it.

Detail your buildings - rectangular windows on one, curved lines on another. On one building, stack three successively smaller trapezoids.

Easy Easy Buildings and Sky in One Point Perspective Drawing - Step 5

Easy Building and Sky in One-Point Perspective step-by-step drawing tutorial: step 5

5. Erase the point and the lines extending from it. Enclose rectangular shapes on the sides of many of the buildings. Draw curved lines along the sides and top of one to suggest a cylindrical shape.

Easy Easy Buildings and Sky in One Point Perspective Drawing - Step 6

Easy Building and Sky in One-Point Perspective step-by-step drawing tutorial: step 6

6. Draw rectangular windows or lines in a checkerboard pattern on some of the buildings.

Easy Easy Buildings and Sky in One Point Perspective Drawing - Step 7

Easy Building and Sky in One-Point Perspective step-by-step drawing tutorial: step 7

7. Draw windows on more of the buildings - parallel lines, rectangles, or an elongated checkerboard pattern.

Add More Details to Your Easy Buildings and Sky in One Point Perspective Picture - Step 8

Easy Building and Sky in One-Point Perspective step-by-step drawing tutorial: step 8

8. Draw a rectangular indentation on one building, erasing as necessary. Create a checkerboard pattern of windows on two of the buildings.

Complete the Outline of Your Easy Buildings and Sky in One Point Perspective Drawing - Step 9

Easy Building and Sky in One-Point Perspective step-by-step drawing tutorial: step 9

9. Finish drawing windows on the remaining buildings. Use connected, curved lines to indicate fluffy clouds in the sky above.

Color Your Easy Buildings and Sky in One Point Perspective Drawing

Easy Building and Sky in One-Point Perspective step-by-step drawing tutorial: step 11

Your easy buildings in one-point perspective are now complete. Color your city in brown stone or gray steel.

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