Fence drawing is a common alternative to wood fencing. Vinyl fences are often cheaper, lighter weight and require less maintenance than wood fences, which may need to be colored or painted regularly. In addition, it is less likely to stretch than wood fence vinyl fences. When drawing a vinyl fence, the spokes should be evenly spaced and each spokes should be equal in width with the other spokes. There should be no variations in the shape or appearance of the fence.
Draw a few horizontal lines, about half an inch apart and as long as you want the fence drawing design to appear. And draw a second pair of horizontal lines 5 cm below the first pair of horizontal lines. The second pair of horizontal lines should be as long as the first. These lines represent the horizontal rails in vinyl fences. Leftmost end vinyl fence, draw a vertical rectangle, 9 cm long and 1 cm wide, centered over the end of the horizontal rails you pulled in step 1. This is the last post of vinyl fence. Draw a similar vertical rectangle at the right end of the fence as well. And draw a circle 1 cm in diameter at the top of each post.
Draw a series of vertical rectangles, 9 cm high and 0.5 cm wide, spaced 1 cm apart, between the two services. These are the spokes in the fence. Delete rows of rectangles in the areas where they cross the horizontal rails you pulled in step 1. With a measuring tape, mark along the bottom of the wall where the fence is to be painted. Mark 4 1/2 inches for the fence plank, then 2 1/2 inches for the opening between the planks. Alternate the distance between the fence plank and the opening from one end of the wall to the other.
Tips and warnings
To ensure the spokes are evenly distributed, use a ruler. Make tic marks on the horizontal rails in each position where a new spoke is to be drawn. To draw a fence that is not viewed from straight ahead, choose a vanishing point and draw with the help of one- or two-point perspective. In a one-point perspective, all objects disappear into a point at a distance as they move away from the foreground. In the two-point perspective, objects disappear into one of two points at a distance when they retreat into the foreground. Research this more by writing “drawing in perspective” in your browser.