I used two line for the top parallel line as there was big difference with the building in the foreground o the right and the last building along the line.
The different lines have a different vanishing point. Also the lines along the different floors don’t seem to be accurate.
Check and log
What problems did you find in executing perspective drawings?
I have always avoided drawing buildings and preferred natural landscapes. After the last
two exercises, I realised they are interesting, especially the lovely old cottages, they are all unique with beautiful detail.
I did not have problems with the parallel lines of the wall of an interior view. I did struggle however to get the sofa on the left correctly. The direction I was standing, with the doorway at an angle, I drew the French doors and wall on the left and I got the vanishing point at eye level. To make the drawing correct, I had to show the arm of the sofa but just couldn’t get the angle correctly. I can now understand how Vincent Van Gogh, when he painted his room, the lines appear skewed.
Make note on the merits of using or not using rulers to guide you.
Using rules would make a drawing very sterile, like an architectural drawing without any character or soul. I prefer not to use one while drawing, although I do have problems getting vertical lines straight. Hopefully with practice, I will improve. The ruler is useful to check perspective and for drawings using grid lines.