This is my actual job. I work drawing perspectives of spaces to be build(and many times designing and take decisions on what I will draw). I studied fine arts and at this very moment I am working to create my own 2d animation enterprise. I have work in many other fields as well but to this date, I have a full time job in an architecture studio.
As much as I hated my job originally, I have grown fond to it. No to the furniture which I would never have in my own house but to the challenge of doing a good picture out of it. Warping perspective or faking lights in order to make a better shot. Rendering with pencil or painting them with Photoshop and Corel or others. Since it is classic furniture, 3d play no game here because it will be too much trouble to model all the furniture, therefore, it has to be done by hand.
At first I was very slow with the perspectives but now I have gained come speed. I would like to share share my knowledge to this community. I can provide some help if someone needs critic or reference of columns, classic furniture, types of fabrics, floors, carpets, to name a few.
I hope you like all this or at least, be usefull in some way.