Insert the horizonline and groung line.
Locate the leadingedge and the twovanishing points.
Join the leadingedge back to thetwo vanishing pointsand draw in the two sides.
Complete the boxin perspective byjoining the top edgesback to the vanishing points.
On the front facedraw diagonals fromcorner to corner to findthe centre.
Join the centreback to VPL andextend on to find twopoints as shown. Drop avertical line through thecentre to get the other...
From the fourpoints that have beenlocated draw afreehand circle.
The construction isrepeated for eachside.
Again the fourpoints are used toconstruct the right-handcircle.
Again the sameconstruction is usedfor the top of the cube.
Again use the fourpoints to construct thetop circle in perspective.
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Circletwopoint4points

  1. 1. Insert the horizonline and groung line.
  2. 2. Locate the leadingedge and the twovanishing points.
  3. 3. Join the leadingedge back to thetwo vanishing pointsand draw in the two sides.
  4. 4. Complete the boxin perspective byjoining the top edgesback to the vanishing points.
  5. 5. On the front facedraw diagonals fromcorner to corner to findthe centre.
  6. 6. Join the centreback to VPL andextend on to find twopoints as shown. Drop avertical line through thecentre to get the othertwo points.
  7. 7. From the fourpoints that have beenlocated draw afreehand circle.
  8. 8. The construction isrepeated for eachside.
  9. 9. Again the fourpoints are used toconstruct the right-handcircle.
  10. 10. Again the sameconstruction is usedfor the top of the cube.
  11. 11. Again use the fourpoints to construct thetop circle in perspective.
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