How to Draw a 3D Inside Corner

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A three-dimensional inside corner is a great way to experiment with depth in your work. Draw a 3D inside corner with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hey guys, Chris here, and today I'm going to show you how to draw three-dimensional inside corner. So what I'm going to do is, I'm just going to draw one line here, just kind of going down, and another one connecting at the top, and another one connecting there. And on the side I'm just going to kind of maybe draw a light bulb, just to kind of show, it's really important when you're drawing anything that's kind of an interior an exterior to know where the light is coming from, so I'm just going to draw a quick light bulb here showing that the light is shining just like this. Because when you're doing this, the shading is going to be important. Now obviously I'm using a marker, but you can use whatever you have in front of you, and it's going to depend on, the amount of shading is going to depend on whatever tool you're using. So if you're using pencil, you can smudge it a little bit, I can smudge this a little bit, but it'll come right off, so if you're using a pen, you can do cross-hatching or if you're using a marker you can also do cross-hatching as well. And just kind of follow along the lines a little bit, and just imagine where that light is hitting, it's going to be the darkest in the middle of the corner, but since the light is going this way, it's hitting this wall, so I wouldn't say put too much shading on this wall. If you want you can do different colors as well, I'll do an orange just to show you where the outlines of the walls are. And there you guys, that's your three-dimensional inside corner. Good luck.

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