How to Draw a Bird’s Eye View of a City using One-Point Perspective

In this video learn How to Draw a Bird’s Eye View of a City using One-Point Perspective. Enjoy this video and master the fundamentals of Perspective Drawing with regular practice. Use the Drawing and Sketching supplies given below.

Perspective Drawing and Sketching Supplies you may need:

  1. Mixed Media Sketchbook And Drawing Pads
  2. Sketching And Drawing Art Pencil Kit
  3. Mix Media Paper Pad For Drawing And Painting
  4. Graphite Charcoal Pencils With Sketch Pad
  5. Graphite Charcoal Pencils Set For Artists
  6. Faber Castell Graphite Set For Sketching

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See a simple way to draw a city from above, a bird’s eye view of skyscrapers. To learn more please visit:

In this drawing all lines receding downwards go to the single vanishing point below the drawing. All other lines are the same as the middle top lines of the square top of the central skyscraper.

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Music used in this drawing tutorial:
Beneath the Moonlight by Aaron Kenny