I'm planning to make a relief carving that depicts two people inside a room, with some pieces of furniture and other objects on the walls.
My doubt is how to carve the the three lines A-B-C that give the sense of prespective. I mean, if the floor of the room starts at the most Forefront level as well as the right wall, should I carve an inclined plane from the Forefront level to the farther background level which is the back wall?. As you can see low relief carving is more difficult to me than on the round.
If not how do I give that depth perspective feeling to the whole scene?
I understand that the two persons 1 & 2 should be at diferent levels as they are not on the same depth plane.
I'm including some sketches and a 3D for clarity.
Any hint will be appreciated.