Once you have the basic outline of the house drawn on your paper, remove the grid lines carefully with your kneaded eraser. Check your perspective using this guide. Follow the working lines to see where they go, and where they will eventually converge on the imaginary horizon line. You can use a long ruler to find the point of convergence outside the paper edge, and then pivot the ruler down from one point on the house to another. To ensure accurate angles, hold the ruler tight on the horizon line point.
Use a ruler to straighten all your lines, especially the verticals. This stage is extremely important to hone the look of the finished drawing, so don't rush these important steps, even if they seem tedious!
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