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In the beginning of when this class we started learning of perspective. We drew boxes using orthogonal. Then from there we turned those boxes into creating our names. From there we moved onto making doors and windows. Using the vanishing point to get all of our lines.
Something that I found very easy and useful was the vanishing point and finding the center. We had to find the center to create the X going through our box. When we had to make lines it was easy because all we had to do was line in up with the vanishing point
Something I found difficult was making the doors and windows. I had trouble making them look 3-D and real. I’ll work on it though.
One persons artwork that I feel that did really well with her 3-D drawings was Taylor's.
The way she made her two walls look like they came of off the page was good. So she put in enough detail for it to look real. It was an overall great drawing.
This unit, we learned about one point perspective. We watched a video telling us how to do it. Our class then did a practice drawing of a room. First, we drew the vanishing point. We learned about orthogonal lines. They are lines that eventually create an x. when they met at the vanishing point; it looked like the back of the wall. After that, we drew the door, the window and traced out the room.
Ms. Hull then gave us a project once we got the idea of the drawing. The assignment was to pick a wall in the room and draw it. Including all the details on and near that wall. She gave us a huge piece of paper and a ruler. It was easy to learn how to connect the lines to the vanishing point. I did find it hard to make everything 3D. There is a lot of math involved with it, and the drawing took a while.
For our third assignment, we had to draw a room. We watched many demonstrations for learning how to make things seem realistic on just a flat piece of paper. This prepared us for our final assignment of the quarter. We were handed a large piece of paper. We had to choose a wall in the classroom, and draw it. But everything had to come off of our horizon line.
I first drew a sketch of the ceiling and the floor by counting the tiles there were in real life. Then I started on the windows and the pillars. Then, I worked on the details underneath the windows and walls.
I think that the entire concept of orthogonal lines, and vertical and horizontal lines were very easy to me, even though I have never worked with perspective drawing before.
The hard thing was making the pillars look 3D and the entire paper look like the real life wall. Overall, it was a good project, and I really enjoyed having it this quarter.
We started out our first art class learning perspective drawing. First we learned about the vanishing point, and how to make out pictures look like they are popping out at you. We started out by drawing squares on our paper, than we drew horizontal lines from each on the squares corners to the vanishing point. The next day we went through the same process and tried spelling our names in the squares. It was a little difficult but if you take your time it came out really nice. Than we did a room drawing all together. Everything had to look realistic so we used perspective to do that as well. Lastly we did a drawing of one wall in the room. We had about 5 class periods to do so. We had to incorporate the calls ceiling and floor into the picture this is what I got done.
We started this project on perspective by sketching a horizontal line and putting in a vanishing point. We then made a box from on top of the point, under the point and connected each vertex to get a view on what perspective is. Then we started working on our rooms making sure everything was connected by the vanishing point and we had to measure everything down to a corresponding size.
The process we used was to make an equal rectangle somewhere in the middle of our paper and in the middle of that we put the vanishing point. From there we counted how many ceiling tiles and for example my wall have 12 so I made my bow length 24in and each time 2in. And drawn the lines every 2ins from the vanishing point. I did the same thing with the floor tiles but I did then every inch and then from the middle of the tiles I put about a 45-degree angle to the end of the tiles and at each intersection I crossed them. I then put the pillars in but making 2 lines, one thicker than the other and made the lines go into the ceiling and floor.
The things that were easy for me where tiles and pillars.
The things that were hard for me were the table, couch, and windows.
I think Michael completed the assignment well.
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What I had the most trouble with is finding articles and events that happened in the year I was going research in. It was hard because I didn’t want to find anything that didn’t have anything to do with my project. I thought that some things where that important. However, any event to me in African American History is important.