Have you ever inquired how to draw a three-dimensional (but straightforward) house? Once you have made the basic shape, you can let your creativity run wild for the windows, doors, roof, and other features.
Draw a cube. Its lines will serve as walls for the house. They should be approximately equal, but don’t worry if they aren’t perfect.
Draw two triangles on top of each side of the cube. Please don’t make them taller than the walls, or your finished product will look somewhat unrealistic.
Connect the vertices of each triangle to form the home. If you don’t see a house starting to emerge, refer to the picture present here and make your design look like it.
Add a large rectangle for the entrance and a few squares or rectangles for the windows. Remember, we are drawing in perspective, so add small squares or rectangles inside the initial shapes for a more detailed look for the door and windows.
Draw the final outlines of the image and erase the overlapping lines. There should be tiny leftovers, and they should be easy to get rid of.
Color in, and you’re done! Your home can follow any desired color scheme. If you need inspiration, go outside for a few minutes and observe the surrounding houses.
Draw a square. Try to keep the lines as direct as practicable. You can use a ruler if you want.
Draw another square. It should match the size of the first one and be behind it. You should typically now have two overlapping squares. The additional apart they are, the longer the house will be (for a quiet square house, the distance among the squares should be about a quarter of the length of a court).
Connect the corners. Draw lines connecting the corners, making sure to click each corner closest to the other square. Your squares will then turn into a three-dimensional cube.
Draw a dot above the cube on the “front” of the house. This will determine the top of the roof. It should be high from the base of the house but not more than half the ground height.
Connect the top corners to the point. They must all be attached to the end by a straight line. The result will be the roof.
Erase the point and each inner line. Also, be sure to keep the top exterior lines marking the joint between the roof and the house’s base.
Draw a door and windows. Windows should be small and square and not too close to the edges of the walls. The door is a rectangle, with around for the handle. If you want, you can sketch a window on the edge of the house, but it should be in the shape of a parallelogram, not a square.
Color it. Create the details and make sure you shade correctly. It works best to choose a bright color for the house’s base and another equally bright color for the roof. Then take darker variants of these colors and color the other side with them: your design will be effectively shaded.
Have a light pencil line so you can easily erase mistakes.
To make your house as realistic as possible, make your roof flat by adding another line in place of the point in the second method. Add braces to your windows and maybe glass to your door, as well as an extension of the “lower” border of the roof for an overhang effect.