In this video learn How to Draw Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them: Scamander’s Room in 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:
- Mixed Media Sketchbook And Drawing Pads
- Sketching And Drawing Art Pencil Kit
- Mix Media Paper Pad For Drawing And Painting
- Graphite Charcoal Pencils With Sketch Pad
- Graphite Charcoal Pencils Set For Artists
- Faber Castell Graphite Set For Sketching
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Draw Newt Scamander’s Room! Thank you to Warner Bros. for inviting me to London to film here at the YouTube Space, on the Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them film set, and sponsoring this video.
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The film music used in this art tutorial is called Inside the Case, from the Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them Official Soundtrack by James Newton Howard.
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See How to Draw a Room in 1-Point Perspective from the new Warner Bros. film Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them.
How to Draw a Room in 1-Point Perspective:
Draw a dot or cross in the middle of your page.
This cross is the Vanishing Point. All parallel lines, lines that in real life do not get closer or further apart, will go towards this Vanishing Point.
For this drawing I draw the floorboards first, and all the lines of these floorboards would meet at the Vanishing Point.
This is true for all the sides of the furniture, the tables and shelves, if the lines are going away, they would all end up at the Vanishing Point.
But any shapes that we are looking straight at, like the bookcases and square draws at the back of the workshop, all these lines are vertical or horizontal, this is because they are not going away from us, but are all at the same distance, therefore there is no perspective.
How to Draw in 1-Point Perspective:
Art Materials used in this video:
Black Indian Ink
Watercolour Pencils [They are like coloured pencils, but when you add water you can spread the colour into a wash]
Learn how to draw a room in this 1-Point Perspective Drawing. In this art tutorial I show how to draw a Room in One-Point Perspective.
I hope you find this perspective line drawing tutorial useful for your own drawings.
Thank you to Imogen McPherson for her help in filming this video!
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Hi, my name is Tom McPherson and I founded Circle Line Art School as an online art education resource for all. My aim is to inspire people to learn to draw and be more creative. I believe drawing is a wonderful way to appreciate the visual world and become more observant and creative.
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How to Draw a Room in 1-Point Perspective
How to Draw Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them