# Perspective Drawing in GeoGebra

You can use `GeoGebra` to make perspective drawings.

Perspective drawing usually consists of points, lines, segments and polygons as has been described in other entries. In these instructions, we are going to look at a small example you can follow that will help you practice making perspective drawings all by yourself. It’s recommended that you turn on the gridlines in `Graphics View` if they are turned off.

Example 1

### DrawingEyeLevelPerspective

1.
Open `Graphics View` under  `View` in  `Menu`.
2.
Draw a horizon line in the middle of the coordinate system by using the `Line`  tool. Take a look at the figure below for an example.
3.
Draw the vanishing point on the horizon line by using the `Point`  tool.
4.
Draw a rectangle by using the `Polygon`  tool.
5.
Draw straight lines from the vertices (corners) of the rectangle to the vanishing point by using the `Segment`  tool. To make lines dashed, click on `Move` , then click on the line, then click on `Style Bar`  in the upper right corner, then click on the second button, and finally select the `dashed` style.
6.
Then, draw a rectangle inside the first rectangle by using the `Polygon`  tool again.