3D Design
June 2022

3-D Design

3-D Design of My Bedroom 

Drawing anything  in two-point perspective is a creative and rewarding artistic endeavor that allows you to capture your personal space with depth and realism. Two-point perspective is an essential technique in architectural and interior design illustration. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to approach this project:

Materials You'll Need:

1. Paper: Choose a good-quality, untextured paper that can handle your drawing medium of choice (e.g., pencil, charcoal, ink).

2. Pencil: Use a standard HB pencil for sketching and outlining.

3. Ruler: A straightedge or ruler will help you draw straight lines.

4. Eraser: Have a good-quality eraser to correct mistakes or lighten lines.

5. **Optional Tools**: If you're comfortable with them, you can use a T-square, triangle, or a specialized perspective grid.

Steps to Draw Your Room in Two-Point Perspective:

1. Choose Your Viewpoint: Decide where you want to position yourself within the room. This will be your eye level (horizon line) and will affect the perspective. Common viewpoints are standing in the center or at a corner of the room.

2. Set Up the Horizon Line:Draw a horizontal line across your paper. This represents your eye level. Ensure it's at the right height relative to your view of the room.

3. Vanishing Points: Identify two vanishing points on the horizon line. Place them relatively far apart. These are the points where parallel lines in your room converge.

4. Draw the Basic Structure:

  - Start with the back wall of your room. Draw two vertical lines parallel to each other. These will represent the two sides of the wall.
  - From the top of each vertical line, draw lines toward the appropriate vanishing point. These lines represent the ceiling.
  - Extend lines from the bottom of your vertical lines to the same vanishing points to create the floor.

5. Add Details:

  - Place windows and doors where they exist in your room, making sure to follow the same perspective rules.
  - Include furniture, such as beds, chairs, or desks, considering how they fit within the perspective.

6. Refine Your Drawing:

  - Erase unnecessary lines and refine the outlines and details.
  - Pay attention to the textures, shadows, and any decorative elements in your room.

7. Shade and Add Depth:

  - Use hatching and cross-hatching techniques to add shading and create depth. Consider the direction of light in your room for realistic shadows.

8. Final Touches:

  - Go over your drawing, adding any additional details and highlights.
  - Sign and date your work.

Remember that drawing in two-point perspective can be challenging, and practice is essential. It's also helpful to take your time and be patient with the process. While your first attempt may not be perfect, it's a valuable learning experience. Over time, you'll improve your skills and capture the essence of your room in a realistic and impressive manner.

This design was pencil Drawn using 2 point Perspective, then scanned into illustator, and transformed with colour:

Pencil Drawn
After Scanning in
Transformed in illustrator

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