Adjusting a 3-Points Perspective (Horizontal Pan) Drawing Guide

The 3-Points Perspective (Horizontal Guide) helps you draw backgrounds and objects with front-facing perspective and curvilinear horizontal lines. It provides a horizon line, a central vanishing point, used to draw lines on the z-axis, and two vanishing points at the extremities of the horizon line, used to draw curvilinear horizontal lines.

The position and size of the guide, the height and angle of the horizon line, the distance of the outer vanishing points from the central vanishing point as well as the shape of the curves can be adjusted as needed.

NOTE To add a 3-Points Perspective (Horizontal Pan) guide to your scene, see Adding Drawing Guides.