Learn how to draw a great looking LOVE Letters 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 LOVE Letters in One-Point Perspective.
Can you think of any better way to tell someone you love them than permanently inscribing it in stone? You may not be a sculptor, but you can draw one with this "LOVE" letters in one-point perspective drawing.
In Philadelphia, U.S.A., there is a famous statue of the word "LOVE." All of the letters are three-dimensional, just as those in this drawing appear.
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If you looked at that statue from the right angle, the letters would appear smaller at the front than at the back.
That is how our eyes perceive distance. We will use the same trick on paper to make these letters three-dimensional.
There is plenty of love to go around! You can also learn how to draw "LOVE" in bubble letters or on a banner in this "I LOVE YOU" heart drawing with the help of these easy, step-by-step drawing tutorials.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing LOVE Letters in One-Point Perspective
How to Draw a Great Looking LOVE Letters in One-Point Perspective for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the LOVE letters in a one-point perspective outline by using a curved line to outline the letter "L."
Easy LOVE Letters in One-Point Perspective Drawing - Step 2
2. Complete the letter "L," connecting the ends with a curved line. Beside it, draw an oval to form the letter "O."
Easy LOVE Letters in One-Point Perspective Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw another, smaller oval inside the "O." Then begin drawing the letter "V." Use a curved line and double it back on itself at the top, outlining a rectangular shape.
Easy LOVE Letters in One-Point Perspective Drawing - Step 4
4. Complete the "V," using two straight lines connected at the top by a curved line. Then begin drawing the letter "E."
For the side of the letter, use a straight line that curves slightly at the ends. Then use curved lines to form the rounded rectangle of its upper prong.
Easy LOVE Letters in One-Point Perspective Drawing - Step 5
5. Use curved lines to enclose two more rectangular sections, completing the letter "E."
Easy LOVE Letters in One-Point Perspective Drawing - Step 6
6. Your message is clear; now it is time to add some perspective. Extend long, straight lines from the top left hand side of the "L" and the "O."
Imagine that the lines are going to intersect at a distant point. In fact, if your paper is large enough, you can draw a point and use a ruler to draw lines to it. Then, erase the unneeded length.
Curve the end of each straight line. The line from the "L" should intersect the line from the "O." Then connect the letters at the front with a short line.
Easy LOVE Letters in One-Point Perspective Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw straight lines from the "V," and connect them on the end with two curved lines and a "V" shaped line. Connect the side of the "O" and "V" with a short line.
Add More Details to Your LOVE Letters in One-Point Perspective Picture - Step 8
8. Draw a long, straight line from the right-hand corner of the "E." Connect it to the "V"'s line with a curved line. Then, draw straight lines between the "E" and the "V" and the rungs of the "E."
Complete the Outline of Your LOVE Letters in One-Point Perspective Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw straight lines on the tops of the three-dimensional letters where they would naturally curve.
Color Your LOVE Letters in One-Point Perspective Drawing
Your "LOVE" drawing is now complete. Color with a single color, two shades of the same color, or many colors.
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