How to Draw a Corner

John Gugie

Things You'll Need

  • Paper
  • Pencil or pen
  • Ruler

This article explains how to draw a simple corner of a wall from an inside perspective.

vertical line

Draw a vertical line in the middle of the paper or screen.

one wall

Go to the bottom of the vertical line and draw a second line at about a 45-degree angle downward and to the right. It will look like a floppy "L".

 
finished corner

Go to the bottom of the vertical line again and draw another line at about a 45-degree angle downward and to the left. Your drawing will look like an upside down "Y". A basic corner is done, but you can still take it a step further.

 
one wall

Go to the top of the vertical line and draw a line at about a 45-degree angle down and to the right.

 
two walls and roof

Go to the top of the vertical line again and draw a line at about a 45-degree angle down and to the left. Now you have a corner with a roof.

 

Tips

  • The perspective can easily be changed by adjusting the angle and length of the lines.

About the Author

John Gugie has been a freelance writer for a decade. His work is diverse, from editorials and research papers to entertainment, humor and more. He holds a degree in finance from Moravian College of Pennsylvania. He writes for several sites including Associated Content, Helium and Examiner.

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