How to draw a cube



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First off, you'll need a quick crash course on perspective if you want your cube to look real and accurate. Linear perspective is comprised of one point, two point and three point compositions.

Linear perspective was rediscovered by Italian Renaissance architect and artist Filippo Brunelleschi around 1420, after probable knowledge of it was lost in Ancient Greece/Rome.

It is used by many architects, draftsmen and landscape painters today. I will try and break it down as brief and simple as I can.

ONE POINT PERSPECTIVE CUBES

TWO POINT PERSPECTIVE CUBES

THREE POINT PERSPECTIVE CUBES (skyscrapers)

For this tutorial, I will be demonstrating how to draw a cube in two point.

Pick up a light graphite pencil. Preferably 2H or lighter, so if you mess up, you can erase it completely. *Feel free to use a ruler or straight-edge.*

Here is what mine looked like after the first layer of background with my H pencil.

Here is what it looked like after the second layer.


Watch the video: The First Thing You Should Learn To Draw


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