Extra Bonus Perspective Drawing O.k, so if you want to keep working on your perspective drawing skills but don't want to get into super complicated stuff, here are some assignments you can do. I'll describe a simple environment and give you a floor plan to work from. All you have to do is draw the room from different points of view. The room is 10' x 10' square. The walls are the standard 8' high. Within the room are 5 boxes of various sizes: On the right wall is a box 3' high, 4' wide and 2' deep. It is located right against the right wall and is 2' away from the far wall. On the left side wall is a box 6' high, 3' wide and 1' deep. It is located right against the left wall right in the center (3 1/2' from both corners). In the center of the room is a box 3' high, 5' deep and 3' wide. It is located 4' from the far wall and 2' away from the box on the right side of the room. On the far wall is a box that is 3' wide, 4' tall and 1' deep. It is in the center of the wall. The final box is located in the left corner farthest from us if we are standing in the doorway. The box is 2' high, 2' wide and 2' deep. It is on a 45? angle to the room, right up against both walls. Here is what the floor plan looks like: Draw this room from the following points of view indicated by the numbers on the thumbnails below. Be sure to keep the scale of the boxes the same as is shown in the floor plan above, not the thumbnails below!! (The blue lines indicate 1' squares for measurement references.) 1) Horizon line at 6' with camera centered at 3'. See my step-by-step process for completing this view. 2) Horizon line at 7' with camera centered at 3'. 3) Horizon line at 5' with camera centered at 4'. 4) Horizon line at 6' with camera centered at 3'. 5) Horizon line at 4' with camera centered at 6'. 6) Horizon line at 8' with camera centered at 4'. 7) Horizon line at 6' with camera centered at 4'. 8) Horizon line at 4'. 9) Horizon line at 5'. 10) Horizon line at 4' with camera centered at 6'.