Drawing a Table in One-Point Perspective


The table's legs are completed by an orthogonal that starts on the inside corner of a leg and goes to the vanishing point. This orthogonal would also show where the back legs, if they were drawn, would end. If this table were higher we would see the ack legs.

Where are the orthogonal that complete the table's legs?
Click on an orthogonal that shows where
the inside of the table leg touches the ground.
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5. Rug


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7. Wood Floor


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9. TV


10. Bed


11. Table

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