Clients go beyond their everyday limitations to find new possibilities and expand their creativity. The client will likely tackle this exercise at home, as that is easiest and most cost-effective, but he or she may also use a friend’s space or any other space that is available and that makes sense to use. Use the One Point Perspective technique to make the drawing. Provided next are beginner’s instructions for drawing a square with One Point Perspective. Research this technique further at a library or online, should coaches need further assistance. Imagine where the light enters the scene and try to re-create it using their paints, painting the brightness and the shadows and thinking about the overall mood they want to convey in their scene.