One point perspective drawing

One point perspective drawing. Environmental design sketch one point perspective city scape technique. Here is one of many environmental quick sketches for the up coming feature tutorial.

Using one point perspective:
One vanishing point is typically used for roads, railroad tracks, or buildings viewed so that the front is directly facing the viewer. Any objects that are made up of lines either directly parallel with the viewer’s line of sight or directly perpendicular (the railroad slats) can be represented with one-point perspective.

One-point perspective exists when the painting plate (also known as the picture plane) is parallel to two axes of a rectilinear (or Cartesian) scene — a scene which is composed entirely of linear elements that intersect only at right angles. If one axis is parallel with the picture plane, then all elements are either parallel to the painting plate (either horizontally or vertically) or perpendicular to it. All elements that are parallel to the painting plate are drawn as parallel lines. All elements that are perpendicular to the painting plate converge at a single point (a vanishing point) on the horizon.

Here is an environmental design using one point perspective.

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one point perspective environmental design

One point perspective construction lines.

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More perspective drawing tutorials.
-Two points perspective drawing
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About Xia Taptara

Xia Taptara (黃曉聲 Huang XiaoShēng), currently a freelance concept artist for games and films, formerly a character concept artist for ArenaNet/NCsoft (GuildWars & Guildwars 2). I also work on various projects for Game of Thrones, Square-Enix, Paizo Publishing, Fantasy Fight Games, Disney Interactive, and many publishers & clients. I use Wacom Tablet Intuos and Photoshop CS2,3,4,5 to do most of my professional art work. I use pencil, pen, and traditional medium in my free time. I founded IdrawGirls.com (TheArtClasses.com) in 2007 to motivate myself to create more and better art. Also I get to draw and paint whatever the hell I want to. Hopefully I can inspired some young soul and old soul alike. *QUESTIONS & COMMENT: PLEASE POST THEM ON THE BLOG. Or CONTACT ME via idrawgirls Facebook page. DO NOT E-MAIL ME. Thank you. ;-)
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  • Daniel daza

    Hey, men.

    Ahh great… this is very helpful, dude. Do you have any advice or little tips that you could give me to improve a bit more in the One point perspective drawing matter??

    `Am danodaza215, by the way.

  • http://www.idrawgirls.com/ Xia Taptara

    Start with making one box, then two, then multiple boxes facing different direction. Then finally make box into building and scene or you could do interior.

  • Daniel daza

    Ohh thanks, dude.

    Your advice has been very helpful to me. I’m working on buildings first, but I have in mind some great scenes and interiors.