When learning perspective, start with a simple one-point perspective drawing, such as this living room scene. In the working drawing of step 1, notice how everything in the room meets at a single point in the center of the drawing. The arms of the couch, the edges of the coffee table and even the books underneath lead to this one point.
Each vertical line in the drawing—such as the legs of the table, the sides of the couch and the edges of the cups—are all perfectly vertical with no slants.
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