|Project 1: Our first project was to draw rectangular and triangular shapes in one-point perspective. This means that all shapes need to seem like they are originating from a single point, called the vanishing point.|
|Project 2: Once we understood the idea of drawing angular shapes in one-point perspective, the next step would be to draw cylindrical shapes originating from a single point.|
|Project 4: Our next project consisted of drawing a building and sidewalks using two-point perspective.|
|Project 5: Using one- or two-point perspective, we were required to observe and draw a piece of furniture at a certain angle.|
|Project 6, part 2: This drawing is of four shapes drawn in Worm's-Eye view.|
|Project 7: Our next project consisted of drawing buildings from either a Worm's-Eye or a Bird's-Eye view. I chose to do Worm's-Eye because I wanted to be able to play with the perspective of the sidewalk a bit.|
|Project 9, part 2: Once our rooms had been drawn, we were required to use the shading techniques we learned and add value to the drawing.|
And that's a wrap! I hope you liked looking through my drawings (and learning a few things about perspective along the way). I'll be back tomorrow with art from my most recent class, Color Theory. Hope to see you then!