How to Draw a Cube in 3 Point Perspective

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Drawing a 3-D cube can stand out a lot better than one simply in 2-D. Work a cube in the 3-D world with help from an experienced artist and painter in this free video.

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Hi, my name is Daniel, and I'm with the Raminfard School of Arts. Today, I'll be showing you how to draw a cube in three point perspective. So, I have three dots approximately 12 inches apart. Starting with the first dot, using a ruler and then a second line right underneath. And then a third line. The idea here is to make sure that the spacing between this line and this line is equivalent to the spacing between this line and this line. And you're going to do three of these. So, moving over to the second one, come in with a line like this, another line like that, and there we have our cube shape. So, I'm going to switch to a black pen to help you guys see this at home. A line going down and across again. And there's our cube in three point perspective.

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