How to Draw 3D Floors

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Drawing 3D floors is a great way to experiment with dimension in your work. Find out how to draw 3D floors with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, my name is Daisy, I'm an artist and I'm going to show you how to draw 3D floors. So we're actually going to start with a rectangle, we're going to draw the whole room so you can see everything in place. Follow these two lines out at an angle then two more lines on each side so that's our room. So this plane here is going to be the floor if you want to see a little bit more detail you got a window with some sky. So now the floor itself, if we imagine that this is our horizon line here we're going to use all of our lines coming out at an angle, same with the two floor to wall lines. So I'm going to do exactly the same to make a tiled floor. So if you follow from the center, draw a hard, hard line, just keep following our lines at the angles from this horizon. A ruler is really helpful with this so something like this just with the straight lines would be good for a wooden floor. You do them a little bit thinner, put some breaks in them and if you want a tiled floor you then just have to do straight lines criss-crossing our diagonal lines. Then you can color them however you want, like I said a ruler is really helpful so if you want to do a good checkered floor at an angle we got a lot of little stick squares. So there we go my name is Daisy and that's how you draw 3D floors.


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