Adjusting a 3-Points Perspective (Worm's Eye View) Drawing Guide

The 3-Points Perspective (Worm's-Eye View) guide can help you draw backgrounds and objects with perspective from an low point of view. It provides a horizon line, which is located just below the camera field, and on which there are two vanishing points: one for drawing lines on the x-axis and one for drawing lines on the z-axis. Another vanishing point, used to draw lines on the y-axis, is located far above the camera field.

The height and angle of the horizon line, the position of its two vanishing points as well as the position of the lower vanishing point can be adjusted as needed.

NOTE To add a 3-Points Perspective (Worm's-Eye View) guide to your scene, see Adding Drawing Guides.