Multiplying

The multiply method allows us to draw the correct proportions of two or more equally sized objects in perspective. This example shows a second square is drawn proportionally to the original square. First mark out the center of the square by drawing the diagonals. Find the mid-point by drawing a line from the square’s center towards the vanishing point. Find the furthest corner ot the new square by drawing a line from the closest corner of the first square trough the mid-point of the opposing side and reaching the side extension. Complete the square by drawing a line from the left perspective point, trouhg the furthest corner and to the right extension.