This Simple Trick Can Solve All Your Two-Point Perspective Problems
Perspective drawings are an effective way for architects to present their ideas to clients and fellow architects. The most commonly used type of perspective drawing, by architects, is the two-point perspective, in which all horizontal lines are directed towards two vanishing points, but you might catch yourself wondering, “Which point do I use for this line?” Drawing a perspective can be really tricky, especially for architecture students who are taking their very first steps. Many lines and details may cause a mix-up, and one wrong line in a perspective drawing can turn it into a sort of incomprehensible optical illusion. To avoid this mess, you can go for this simple trick, which is good for speedy hand sketching. It only requires an elastic string and a paper clip.