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    what step did the artist clearly use when drawing this two-point perspective image

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    Where is the picture of the drawing?

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    ok wait

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    https://www.connexus.com/content/media/1283955-782014-25245-PM-603939913.jpg

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    It says you must log in to view this content :(.

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    say what

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    oh well

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    Although the first steps should be drawing two dots on the paper, and then to draw lines to each one of the dots while drawing the figure....

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