Drawing a Table in One-Point Perspective


The two short horzontal lines near the bottom of the page show where one end of the table touches the ground. The longer the lines the wider the table's legs. We do not see the table's back legs because they are hidden by the top of the table. How would they be different from the front legs?

Where does the table touch the ground?
Click on a horizontal line that
shows where the table touches the ground.
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Introduction


1. Tools


2. Getting Started


3. Door


4. Window


5. Rug


6. Skylight


7. Wood Floor


8. Tile Ceiling


9. TV


10. Bed


11. Table

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