Hi, Tom here with this week’s Circle Line Art School video, in this video I’ll show you one way to draw two-point perspective,

a cinema at night, art materials used in this video are a 4B pencil for drawing

and a white pastel and gray paper, used for tone and highlights later on, for

drawing perspective we need to start with a straight line for the horizon and

for this drawing we need the horizon to be low down on the page, for two-point

perspective we need two vanishing points on this horizon, one on the left and one

on the far right, next draw a vertical line for the nearest corner of our

building, now draw a line from the top of this

vertical line to the vanishing point on the right, and then another diagonal line to the

vanishing point on the left, these lines are the top of

the building and the walls of the right and left of the building too, next, draw a

vertical line on the right and another on the left for the edge of the building,

so we got the middle of the building, the first vertical line and then we’ve got

the right hand side and the left hand side of the building, now we can draw another

diagonal line to the right and then two vertical lines from the top of the

building down to this diagonal line, to make it sort of cut out part of the

building, next from this point on the right we can find the left side of the

building here by drawing a diagonal line from this point all the way to the left

vanishing point, next to draw a sort of roof canopy

around the building we need to draw a diagonal to the right vanishing point

and then to the left vanishing point and then we can repeat these two diagonals a

little bit lower down, at this point here we need a line to the

left and we find that by drawing a diagonal line all the way from the right

vanishing point, just to find this little line, next we can repeat this process and

find the edge of the roof canopy on the right, but this time we’re going to use

the left vanishing point, next we can erase some of the guidelines

that we no longer need, now we can draw a point on the left for

the taller part of the building, from this point we can draw a diagonal line to the right vanishing point and then another one to the left, for the right

and left sides of the wall, we can choose a vertical line about here

for the edge of the building, now we need a vertical line for the

nearest corner of this part of the building, we can stop this line a little bit short,

this vertical line, and take the base of it, as a diagonal line going to the

right vanishing point, but we only need the first part of the line, but it’s good

to draw or visualize that line going all the way to the vanishing point so we get

the right angle, now from the right-hand point of this

little short line that we’ve just drawn, we can draw an upright and that will

make this part of the building look like it’s jutting out towards the left, the base of this block, which we are looking up to, we just need to draw some lines

going to the vanishing point on the left, to give it a solid base, and now we can

use the vanishing point on the right for the left line of the base,

then we just need a vertical line for the left part of the building, we can erase a few more of the

guidelines now that we no longer need next we can divide the canopy into narrow panels using the vanishing points, this is because they are parallel

lines, the panels that we draw are parallel lines and in perspective all

parallel lines will go to a vanishing point and in two-point perspective we

can use two vanishing points, one when we’re looking towards the right and then

one when we’re looking towards the left, now at this point here below the canopy

we could divide the lower part into a series of doors, getting closer together

as they go towards the vanishing point, we could divide the left-hand side into a series of doors as well, and we could cut out a block, on this big

part of the building on the left here, just by drawing two vertical lines and

then a diagonal line for the base of it, going to the left vanishing point and

then the little line on the right, we need that to go all the way to the right

vanishing point to get the right direction of the line, again we can erase this line here at the

top as we no longer need it, it is time to add a tonal values to this drawing, for this drawing I’m using a 4B pencil on gray paper, I will add flat tones and

graded tones to, so tones that go from dark to a lighter tone, in a gradual way,

and I’ll also use some soft white pastel for the highlights and they’re going to

show up because the paper isn’t white, it’s just slightly gray, so if you’re not

using gray paper you don’t need to use the white pastel, but you should still

have a nice dramatic drawing at the end of this, if you would like more

information on Circle Line Art School, please visit my website: www.circlelineartschool.com Thank you very much for watching this

art tutorial, I post a new drawing every Saturday on YouTube, if you’d like to

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keep drawing and see you next time!

LOVELY SKETCH

you have a good talent

Awesome ๐ and your voice is perfect

Good job ๐ฏ

Excellent perspective

Thanks Tom for your videos. You have helped me a great deal with perspective with them.

Nice perspective keep it up

Epic!!

Nicest

perfect

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Wow amazing.

Please make tutorial for Oblique and curved objects!

amazing!

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Very Very Nice

Nice drawing๐๐๐

Nice

Excellent……please post more video about modern building design and landscape. I like to draw moder house, buildings and landscape. Thank you so much.

Amazing . You are a master.

I love your posts. I watch all and I have learned a lot. keep teaching this is rewarding

Good to note the materials from the out. Great tute thanks

Awesome drawing, thanks for sharing

i just noticed this guy is left handed….cool

I love your all vedios…..

Iโm just now using the types of 1B pencils you use, they seem a bit dark the higher the 1B-8B is 8B is a really dark pencil. After B pencils is it graphite then? Or is 1B pencils graphite? Iโm not understanding the 1B pencils that much :/

Awesome thank you

Bravo!!!!

Very helpful.๐

amazing

wow….

super circle line art

Bela. Bela work

good job….love it

Nice man…. Love the music too

Nice

NICE PERSPECTIVE

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Your good

Woow amazing

your drawing is perfect Thank you sir

Thank you for sharing your drawings. You helped me a lot