Curkovic Frank Gives us a Tutorial for One-Point Perspective

A slender marble kitchen worktop, and built-in beige and white cabinets are intended to be hardly noticeable in this San Francisco apartment designed by Californian studio Garcia Tamjidi. Private Residence 4 is the second home of a banker, whose main residence is just outside of San Francisco, but who needed somewhere more central to stay

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Curkovic Frank is the artist behind the tutorial which is part of this post. Frank, teaches us how to draw in one point perspective. Generally, there are several types of perspectives and the one-point perspective is the easiest and the most basic. For this perspective, you need a main dot that will lead through your sketch. More precisely, you must draw a dot in the middle and many lines that come out of that line and spread towards the edges. Following these lines, you can draw the correct proportion of the elements and the furniture in the room.Curkovic Frank Gives us a Tutorial for One-Point Perspective

Curkovic Frank Gives us a Tutorial for One-Point Perspective

Finally, see the video below.

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