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What is one-point perspective, in terms of drawing? Explain this to a kid. What is two-point perspective, in terms of drawing? Explain this to a kid. What is a vanishing point, in terms of drawing? Explain this to a kid.


One-point perspective is a way of drawing objects to make them look like they are going into the distance on a piece of paper. It's like looking at a long road, where the sides of the road seem to come together at one point in the distance. Two-point perspective is when we draw objects using two points, making them look like they are going into the distance on a piece of paper from different angles. It's like looking down a hallway, where the sides of the walls seem to come together at two different points in the distance. A vanishing point is a special point that we use in one-point and two-point perspective drawing. It's where the lines that are going into the distance seem to meet or "vanish". It's like if you were standing on a long straight road and looked off into the distance, you would see the road getting smaller and smaller until it "disappears" into one point. In drawing, we use the vanishing point to help make our drawings look realistic and give the illusion of depth and space.