The artist in you dwells in your right brain – and in your heart. Our culture assumes that you cannot be an artist without drawing things “right.” If you can’t make your drawing look like they do in the three-dimensional world, many people scoff at you. Students come to me certain that they cannot become artists because they just can’t seem to get perspective.
The confusion is that we have to leave our right brain and use the left to do perspective drawing. I am going to try to make it as simple as possible and promise — no vanishing points; they are almost always off the paper and in the next room, anyway.