There is no reason to get obsessive about perspective drawing. It should be treated like a tool of understanding. It must not be an obstacle to creativity, rhythm, signature or beauty.

Knowledge is easy to learn. Intuition is harder and must be based on knowledge and observations. There should be no magic to it, no mystic rites.

Every method of projecting three dimensions on to two dimensions are inherently problematic. There really is no perfect way. In our culture, we have standardized linear perspective as the most accepted method and may find other methods strange and hard to read.

Linear perspective drawing is like solving a mathematical problem with lines and angles. It's a way of squashing three dimensions onto a two dimensional surface.

Knowledge is easy to learn. Intuition is harder and must be based on knowledge and observations. There should be no magic to it, no mystic rites.

Every method of projecting three dimensions on to two dimensions are inherently problematic. There really is no perfect way. In our culture, we have standardized linear perspective as the most accepted method and may find other methods strange and hard to read.

Linear perspective drawing is like solving a mathematical problem with lines and angles. It's a way of squashing three dimensions onto a two dimensional surface.

Handprint is a good source to learn more.

Learn and let go.

This is a step-by-step on the full method. Some details are left as an exercise for the reader ;-) |

Here is a sequence about how to place the third point and how to get the Cone of Vision's circle. |

This is the corner unfolded to show how it can be used to measure angles. |

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