1. Two point perspective is started by drawing a vertical line which represents the front edge of the body.

2. Establish vanishing points A and B in the prefered space along a horizontal line.

3. From the ends of the front edge construction lines are drawn back to the vanishing points A and B depending on the face that is being constructed. When the perspective blockout is constructed to the overall shape of the object in mind, the oblect is drawn within its borders. 

Remember: Sides at right angles to the base of an object must be vertical. All lines that form sides and top of the object must converge to their respective points.                                                                                                                                           

After a little practice, the points to which the sides of an object converge can be eliminated and imagined at points off the paper, and the convering lines drawn toward these imaginary points.

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