While doing this drawing, I learned that being exact is necessary. If one line is missing, or not in the right angle, the entire drawing is messed up. I also learned that using the vanishing point helps you to make your drawing three dimensional.
b. Learning these things made my drawing better because I learned to take my time and be patient. If you stress out, then your drawing doesn't come out the way you want it to.
c. If I could do this drawing again, I think I would try to take a better picture to guide me through my drawing. I took my picture while the class was full, and it was a little crooked, so I had to guess a little bit.
d. My advice is to take your time, because if you rush, it will turn out the opposite of what you wanted. Also, make sure your ruler does not have any dents because your lines won't be straight. Last of all, don't expect this perspective drawing to be perfect (if its your first drawing ever). No matter how hard you work, there will always be mistakes. Practice makes perfect!
e. Ms. Hull helped me a lot. She taught me how to find the exact middle of the page so I could draw my vanishing point. Her slide was also very helpful. She did a step-by-step slideshow of the perspective drawing. I understood everything, and it made my drawing easier to do.