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Final Perspective Drawing-Blue Stream-2013

a. What is one thing that your learned specifically that you did not know before.
I learned how to draw in one point perspective and i did not know how to do that kind of art before.

b. How did leaning this thing make your drawings better.

 It made my drawings better by making them more accurate, i never measured my artwork before so by doing this it made my art look more professional.  
c. If you did this assignment again, what would you do differently?
I would take more time on it so it would be the best possible drawing i could make it.

d. What is your advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing before?

My advice would be to take you're time and do the measurements because they really help

e. What resource helped you the most and why?

The website that showed us how to do it because i learn better when i have examples.

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a. What is one thing that your learned specifically that you did not know before.

I learned how to draw with lots of detail, as well as how to carefully observe my environment.

b. How did leaning this thing make your drawings better.

I was able to create a mental presence of the room in my drawing. Without observing your 
drawing might not convey anything.

c. If you did this assignment again, what would you do differently?

I would probably remember to upload it on time.

d. What is your advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing before?

I would recommend doing your measurements carefully, check to see what is commensurate and what the proportions are.

e. What resource helped you the most and why?

I didn't use many of the sources, with enough trial and error you can create a pretty good representation of something.

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a. What is one thing that your learned specifically that you did not know before.

One thing that I learned specifically that I did not know before was the importance of the 'orthogonal line', in one point perspective all of the lines created must all line up to the orthogonal because it keeps all of them even and in perspective. 

b. How did leaning this thing make your drawings better.

Learning this overall made my project much better, because it set a goal for me, and it was easier because I then understood the concept of one point perspective. 

c. If you did this assignment again, what would you do differently?

If I was to do this assignment again I would manage my time properly and try to add more detail overall to the drawing. 

d. What is your advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing before?

My advice would to be to try your hardest, and I would also tell them not to be afraid to make mistakes because those are what really make your project better, and in the words of Ms. Hull, "Break down your learning walls" because you grow so much and have a lot to reflect on when that action is done. 

e. What resource helped you the most and why?

The resources that helped me most were Ms. Hull, Wynn Geary, and the moodle page because they all were there to help me and I feel that without them I would not fully understand one point perspective.


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Final Perspective Drawing

What is one thing that your learned specifically that you did not know before?

I learned many things through this project and one thing that will stick with me is how you have to work hard and go through trial and error to get the best product of your work. This piece of art is not my best but I know what I could do to make that so and that involves a great deal of work and perseverance. 

How did leaning this thing make your drawings better?

This has made my drawings better by showing me that if it looks wrong then it is wrong because that is what art is looking seeing and observing; three synonyms that have very different meanings to an artist.

If you did this assignment again, what would you do differently?

Honestly, I would do the whole thing over and start with the color and add the lines afterwards.

What is your advice to someone who has never drawn a one-point perspective drawing before?

Just keep trying and you will get it one day and you will be very happy when you do because many people have trouble with this.

What resource helped you the most and why?

The room helped me most I think I could walk in there blindfolded and know where everything goes because of this drawing.

 

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Final Perspective Drawing-Blue Stream-2013

a. What is one thing that your learned specifically that you did not know before.
I learned how to do one point perspective. I did not know anything about that topic before. 
b. How did leaning this thing make your drawings better.
Understanding this topic made drawing easier for me. I can understand 3D drawing now. 
c. If you did this assignment again, what would you do differently?
If I could do this assignment over, I would just make it better and nicer. I would do the stools over because they are only okay, but I want it to be perfect. 
d. What is your advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing before?
I would tell them to have patience and just take your time. Also I would remind them that you would have a lot of mistakes. 
e. What resource helped you the most and why?
The resources that helped me were my friends and my art teacher. They helped me a lot and give me pointers on the drawing and how I could make my drawing better. Also the powerpoint that our teacher provided us with helped a lot.
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Final Perspective Drawling-( Red 2013 Perspective)

a. I learned how draw in a perspective I never have done before. Drawing in a different perspective helped me understand the fundamentals of drawing. I also learned how to draw with a steady hand, lightly. 

b. If I hadn't practiced drawing a room I wouldn't have finished my drawling. It would have been more complicated than it already was. I probably would have given up. 

c. If I did this assignment again I would finish the ceiling tiles. Also I would color more to add more detail to the room. Lastly, I would do a different wall to challenge myself. 

d. You need to take the practice drawings to your advantage. Do every one so it won't be as complicated. These drawings will help you finish your final drawing and help you out in the long run. 

e. My sketchbook helped me the most. It showed me how to make doors, windows, and ceilings. This was the best resources I had other than my classmates and the websites given on Moodle. 

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Final Perspective Drawing

Learning how to draw a one point perspective helped me draw better because I learned to keep trying until the drawing was right. I also learned to ask for help. These things are crucial in learning how to draw for me because they helped me to get out of my comfort zone and discover new things.

If I were to do this assignment over again, I would draw the floor tiles first along with the ceiling tiles before adding the furniture. I would also add more color and make my pencil marks lighter, so that I won't have to erase so hard. And I would include the smallest details. 

To anyone who has not drawn a one point perspective drawling before, I would advise them to keep trying if you come to a "learning wall", to ask a lot of questions, to think out of the box by including all the details. 

The how-to slide show helped me the most because it went over step-by-step of what we had to do and when ever I needed help I could always go back to that source to get advise on how to draw something.
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Final Perspective Drawing

In art class we had to draw the art room. So you pick a wall you want to draw in one point perspective. I decided to be different and draw a wall no one else did. It was a challenge, and Ms.Hull probably got sick of me asking all those questions. At the end I was really proud of my view on the art room. One thing I learned was how to draw in 3D. Usually I draw rooms on the paper and they’re flat. It’s actually boring, seeing it flat so drawing the room made me realize there are other ways to make objects in a room stand out. I also learned to have more confidence in myself when it comes to drawing in general. This was a solo project so it was me myself and I. Since I was doing a different wall it was completely different from everyone else. I had to use my artistic eye on how to draw the right size tables and making the windows the right size. My drawing was better because I did it myself. I didn’t use a stencil or google how to draw it. It gave me a sense of independence, knowing I had little help.

If I could to this project over again I would still do the same wall but color my project. The first time I want everyone to look at the detail. I feel color would just ruin the room. I would also use the same size paper but not fold it up. The extra lines ruin the work, if the paper did not have creases in the paper it would probably look a lot more professional. My advice to someone who would want to draw in one point perspective is to appreciate your vanishing point. It makes everything look better. Also don’t be afraid to erase. The eraser will be your best friend. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. You’re not going to be perfect, will you be good? Yes!! Have confidence in yourself say “I can draw” saying you can’t makes you believe it and then you won’t draw. I say if you’re starting draw on a regular sized piece of paper. It gives you a chance to get used to orthogonal and parallel lines. The best resource was Ms.Hull. She was there since question one, of many. She told me believe in my artist eye and keep drawing. It will look good at the end. I also had the support from my orange stream buddies, they helped me when I missed a day of class, and answered more question when needed. Overall I enjoyed this project.


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Final Perspective Drawing

`One thing that this drawing helped me learn is how even the slightest detail can affect your drawing. Making sure every line is exactly even with every other line is extremely important in order to make everything look realistic. After learning perspective, my drawings will be extremely more precise and I will pay way more attention to details. If I did this assignment again I think I would choose a wall with a little more details for more of a challenge and to see how well I would do. My advice to someone who has never done one point perspective is to have patience. Everything really has to be perfect in order to make your drawing look realistic. You have to be extremely patient because something may not work on the first try, but you can’t give up. In the end, the critiques that you make on your drawing are what helps it look its best. A resource that helped me the most was the one provided on Moodle to us by our Art teacher. It was a step-by-step tutorial to create this drawing. When I followed the directions provided exactly, my drawing came out a lot better than I thought it would. 

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Quarter 3 Artwork

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The last picture is my super awesome project. This is a poster that I drew for my sister for her graduation coming up this May. I did this project all on my own for a couple days now. I'm really excited to give this to her. 
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Sattera Mark  Reflection


1. At first, I thought that art was a real complicated thing and was extremely hard. By taking this course I learned that in order to be a successful artist you just have to know a few things. Bird’s eye view, worm’s eye view, and vanishing point are all important thing for an artist to know.


2.Learning this made my drawings better because I had more understanding of a structure of a room.


3. If I had a chance to do my drawing over again I would ask for more help. I don’t think I took advantage of all the opportunities to get help.


4. I would tell them to always remember bird’s eye view, worm’s eye view, and vanishing point.


5. The slideshow that was posted on moodle helped me the most. It was a great reference.
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Final Perspective Drawing

In 9th grade art, we studied one point perspective drawing. My finished product (below) is a scaled down rendition of one view of our art room. 

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​a. What is one thing that your learned specifically that you did not know before.

I'm not sure if this was actually something I learned, however, this project did help me realize the importance of a vanishing point and making sure that your orthogonal lines really do trace back to said point. It really creates structure and dimension in one's work. When done properly, just making sure that the lines in a piece go in the right direction can change a good piece of artwork into a great piece of artwork. 


b. How did learning this thing make your drawings better?

As I said, knowing where your lines go certainly helps with the dimension of the drawing. When I realized this, my drawing ended up really being more than rectangles and triangles and diagonal lines. The direction of each of my lines ended up being incredibly significant to my finished product from turning a piece of paper into a full room. 


c. If you did this assignment again, what would you do differently?

I would certainly take out my ink tracing. I sketched over my drawing in the final stages in the hopes that it would help the colors and dimensions really 'pop'. However, it took my piece from a finished drawing to a sketch with color. 


d. What is your advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing before?

Measure, measure, measure! Make sure that your lines all match up and that the actual dimensions of whatever your drawing make sense when scaled up or down. It's a very simple sounding task that, honestly, can completely change your drawing if not done properly. 


e. What resource helped you the most and why?

My sketchbook sketches on one-point perspective were extremely helpful during this process. I sketched them over and over to get a sort of 'muscle memory' type of relationship between my pencil and my hand. 
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What is one thing that your learned specifically that you did not know before.

One thing I learned specifically that I did not know before was in general terms, how to draw things in one point perspective.


 How did leaning this thing make your drawings better.

Learning this thing made my drawing better because it added depth and detail to a drawing that would usually be boring to look at.

 If you did this assignment again, what would you do differently?

If I did this assignment again, I would definitely add more detail such as the board or more tables and stools, and possibly even more details to the ceiling or floor.

 What is your advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing before?

My advice to someone trying one point perspective drawing for the first time is to get help if your stuck! Do not expect help to come by itself if your are lost, you have to ask for help. 

What resource helped you the most and why?

Your example on moodle of your drawing helped me understand the basics of a one point perspective drawing and therefore I could create the drawing once I understand the background information of how to do so. 

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Final Perspective Drawing

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Final Perspective Drawing

One thing I learned that I did not know before was bringing out an object. I sort of knew how to make it look somewhat 3D, but I didn’t know how to really bring it out in the correct way. I also learned how to make the back wall, which was actually one of the hardest parts in the entire project. Making the back wall was difficult because it had to be perfect, because everything was drawn around it, so if it wasn’t perfect, everything else would turn out wonky as well.

I think if I did the assignment again, I would definitely take more time to finish the actual drawing before doing all the details. I started drawing everything on the ceiling tiles before I finished drawing everything else, and it made it hard to finish at the end because I was running out of time. I would definitely need to use my time better, because it was really stressful at the end, especially because I had to color in the entire picture at the end. Coloring my drawings is usually not my style, so I just added a few bursts of color in certain areas such as the tables, stools and wall. I also added a small amount of color in certain ceiling tiles. I was actually pretty proud of the outcome.

To people that have never drawn a one point perspective drawing before, I would definitely say to do the back wall perfectly, and if it’s not, do it over. You’re going to make it a lot harder for yourself later. If it’s too big, you won’t be able to fit much in the room, and you’ll have to zoom into everything and the detail will have to be better. If it’s too small, you’ll have to draw almost everything in the room, and it might not be in proportion because you’re drawing it too far back. So, if the back wall is not perfect in your artist’s eye, do it over, and you’ll be much happier with the outcome.

I think the resource that helped me the most was Ms. Hull. I think she really knew what she was doing, and that’s why she helped so much. In the beginning, I was really nervous about finishing on time, or not doing it right, but she helped me through those tougher times, and it made me learn even more. The online resources were not much help, because they couldn’t answer specific questions that I had. Ms. Hull answered all my questions, and made the oncoming process a lot easier. (Thank you Ms. Hull for such an inspiring and thoughtful project!)

The first picture shown is a close up of my work. It's zoomed in to the right side of the back wall, where many examples of what we learned are shown. (Such as bringing the door out in space, creating the three-dimensional tables, creating the back wall, and spacing and counting the ceiling tiles.

The second picture shown is an unedited photo of the entire piece. The pencil lines were a little on the lighter side, so it was harder to capture a photo that has a clear view.

The third picture shown is an edited version of the whole view. I tried darkening the lines and changing the background color to try and make it pop. It makes it a little bit easier to see.
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Final Perspective Drawing

One thing I learned that I did not know before is that the sides of the tables have to come from the vanishing point. Learning this thing made my drawing better because if I didn't know about it, my tables would look wrong.If I did this assignment again, I would start it earlier because I procrastinated a little. I would advice someone to not worry about it too much. When you see it, it looks very complicated but once you start doing it and once you understand how to, it will be pretty simple to finish. The resource that helped me the most was the tutorial on how to draw the room. I looked at the steps very carefully and I basically copied what I saw.
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Final Perspective Drawing

a. What is one thing that your learned specifically that you did not know before.

One thing I learned specifically that i didn't know before was how to set up walls correctly in one point perspective. I wasn't sure how to begin a drawing like that starting with the point, then the center rectangle wall, and then the side walls coming next. I also got better practice on what objects you make bigger and smaller depending on their correlation to where the point was located. 

b. How did learning this thing make your drawings better.

Learning how to set up walls was the base for everything. Once you have your walls you know how you're going to set up your floor and ceiling tiles, also drawing in tables where need be.

c. If you did this assignment again, what would you do differently?

I would have maybe picked an easier wall. I'm the type of artist that perfects the small details, so doing an easier wall would have lessened the work for the base and given me more time to fix and color all the objects like I want to. But regardless I'm also glad I chose the challenge that I did because it's good practice.

d. What is your advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing before?

I would say to know where your point is. Once you have your point, everything comes from there. And that it's not as hard as it looks, so don't worry.

e. What resource helped you the most and why?

In all honesty, my eyes were my best resource. I drew exactly what I saw. I made sure all of the angles on my paper matched the same angles I saw when I looked up. Also rulers are a great resource for one-point perspective. 
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Quarter 3 Art Work

In quarter three, everybody had the same curriculum for art, with the exception of an extra art project we had to create. My extra art project was a ceiling tile with the Wonder Woman logo on it, (who doesn't want a little female empowerment).  I made a traced it on the tile and painted it the traditional wonder woman colors.  The art curriculum this quarter took me out of my element with shading, which is not my best friend.  I worked hard to make artwork I can be proud of even though I'm very much more of a "clean" drawer.
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Q3 Nmalik

I think this quarter I tried my best to work on not simple but hard drawings like insects. Normally I don't pay attention to such kind of drawings. But this time I took helped from online tutorial which help me a lot step by step. I don't consider myself as well at drawing but I think I need more practice. Because practice made perfect. 
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Final Perspective Drawing

a. What is one thing that your learned specifically that you did not know before.

One thing I learned specifically that I did not know before was the importance of the vanishing point in any perspective drawing. The vanishing point is used to create sides in 3D objects in a drawing, as a reference when drawing which parts of an object would be visible, and as a general reference for the position of everything in a space.

b. How did learning this make your project better?

Learning the importance of the vanishing point and the importance of orthogonal lines made my windows and tables look much more realistic and aesthetically pleasing. Though it took a lot of erasing, my whole project became 100 times better.

c. If you did this assignment again, what would you do differently?

If I did this assignment again, I would double check that all of my orthogonal went to the vanishing point before I darkened the lines with my pencil. I would also sit on the floor in a place where there would be less of a chance of people accidentally walking across and damaging my piece.

d. What is your advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing before?

Draw orthogonal and draw boxes. Orthogonal are essential to making your drawing realistic. To make a 3D shape with those orthogonal, making a prism or cube like shape that can be your frame for the object. This will act as a guide when you draw the rest of the object. Also, it helps to get on your feet and walk around the space you are drawing to get comfortable with every aspect and perspective.

e. What resource helped you the most and why?

My classmates helped me the most. It helped to work out problems with someone, and to learn from the hands and words of someone I am comfortable with and that I trust. 

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Final Perspective Drawing

a. One thing that I learned specifically had to do with the different view points and angles on drawings. I learned that if you are looking at something on the left side of the drawing, then it is showing its right side, and vice versa on the right side of the drawing.

b. Learning this made my drawings better because now I know how to make more realistic looking drawings using the vanishing point and how to make orthogonal lines.

c. If I did this assignment again, I would find a way to add better shading to the drawing. Also, I would use something else to take a picture.

d. My advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing is to always start your lines on a new object with the vanishing point, and let the size of the room guide you on the size and shape of the object that you're drawing.

e. The resource that helped me the most was the tutorial on how to draw the room because even after I finished the tutorial if I got stuck I went back to it to see how certain line were made in it and it let me get a good start on my drawing.
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Final Perspective Drawing Green 2013 Perspective

One thing that I learned and did not know before was everything about the vanishing point and how that works. I had never known that was the way to draw pictures like this, and I thought you just drew it by guessing and what you see. Learning this make my drawings better because it makes them more realistic and precise. If I did the assignment again, something I would do differently is probably how I made my ceiling and floor because I had a hard time doing those parts and making the helper line. So I think I would have used a better method to do that then what I did. If someone was drawing their first one point perspective drawing, the advice I would give them is to take their time and to not be afraid to mess up because they will almost never get it right the first time. The resource that helped me the most was the slideshow that was on moodle. It especially helped me in the beginning because I was so confused and didn't know how to start, but that led me in the right direction. 
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Final Perspective Drawing

a. What is one thing that your learned specifically that you did not know before.
Before doing this project, I had no idea how to draw objects while using an orthogonal. 

b. How did learning this thing make your drawings better

If I had to draw this picture without know this, than I think that my shapes would not be perfect. I think that they would fine, but it wouldn't look as much like a real life picture.

d. What is your advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing before?

If I had to give advice to someone, I would say that you must use a ruler, and you must make sure that all of your lines are parallel to the edges of the paper, unless you don't want it to be.
e. What resource helped you the most and why?
I think that the resource that helped me the most with this was
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