All of us are born with a certain degree of drawing ability. In some cases, talent is pronounced early enough to surface and be recognized at an early age. It's possessors, with proper training, progress naturally and easily into architectural illustration or some other form of art. Some illustrators may not realize their potential. They have to be shown how to visualize objects as simplified three-dimensional forms. They must discipline themselves to observe certain rules of composition, perspective, and technique. With practice, persistence, and constructive criticism, they can soon learn how to produce creditable architectural renderings.