Nah, I was going for drying rack, with her hat and coat on it in front of the fire. The "stick" is the leg of the rack, but if that's not clear then there's a problem. I'm gonna re-draw this one.
I believe if you got the horizon outside the frame, you need a 3 point. I would move that one point close to the center of the frame, it's an easy fix.
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Perspective is a child's jack. Move one arm, you move ALL six! EVERY time!!! Two of them may simply pivot but, they still move. You cannot move one arm alone without snapping the arm off the jack. Break the jack and you break the perspective and that breaks the drawing.
IF you move the VP Xº off center to the left, THEN the VP at right moves in the exact same Xº. If not, you get distortion as in the table at top right. This can be "fixed" by: extreme cropping, big honkin' foreground elements, 4 pt curvilinear perspective... or, you could leave the VP where it works and make life easy on yourself.
Moving the VP to the left means bringing in the VP at right. IF there's a VP at right, THEN there's a VP at left. That means the red lines I've place over your drawing are straight lines; 180º lines; lines with no bend or angle. I freely admit to being a child of the 60s but nothing I ever dropped, smoked or snorted is going to make those lines straight.
That said, in your book, you're god. You make the rules. Just know that the distortion will occur and either apply a "fix" or take your lumps. None of this suggests that you redraw the panel!!! Every book has boo boos. Better to go to press with the occasional d'oh than to go unpublished while searching out perfection.
I clearly saw what you intend with the hat, as I saw the sleeve drying, so I don't see much problem on that area of the panel, maybe a slight retouch and it will be done.
Thanks for the feedback on Page 11, guys. I'm going to make a couple changes to bring the rack into perspective, but I do need to keep moving. I'll try and not make the same mistake twice.
Here's Page 12! Halfway mark on this story.