# Often asked: How To Draw A Bed From The Side?

## How to Draw Cartoon Beds in One Point Perspective – How to Draw Step by Step Drawing Tutorials

View our previous perspective drawing tutorials here. How to draw a cartoon bed in one point perspective. Your bed will look more realistic if done correctly.

### Step 2

If you don’t want the lines outside of the head board/foot board areas to be visible, draw a line from the dot to the corners of the outer vertical lines, using a ruler. You can then erase the lines that are outside of the head board/foot board areas if you don’t want them to be visible.

### Step 3

With your ruler, draw a line from the foot board to the head board, then connect it to the dot with a horizontal line (as seen in the larger blue line above). Connect the two red lines together from the left and right sides of this horizontal line.

### Step 6

If drawing shapes is difficult, break them down into simpler shapes, such as the ‘L’ and ‘T’ shapes on the right side of the bed covers or the sideways capital letter ‘J’ on the pillow, and use your imagination to assist you.

### Step 7

This is the tutorial for you if you’ve ever wanted to learn how to draw a bed from a one-point perspective. Once you’ve finished the small details and added your own personal touches, you’ll have a lovely cartoon bed.

## How do you make a bed drawing?

Drawing a Bed: Step-by-Step Instructions

1. Begin by drawing a rectangular cube.
2. Draw the bedposts, erasing as needed.
3. On the narrow end of the bed, draw parallel curved lines in a rainbow shape from one bedpost to the other.
4. Draw a circle on the top of each bedpost.
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## What is 4point perspective?

Four-point perspective, also known as infinity point of view, is a curved version of two-point perspective that can represent a 360-degree panorama and even scenes that are impossible to imagine.

## What is 2point perspective?

Parallel lines along an object’s width and depth are represented as meeting at two separate points on the horizon that are 90 degrees apart as measured from the common intersection of the lines of projection.