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2. How did learning this thing make your drawings better.
Now I actually have an idea of what I'm doing when I am drawing a landscape or room. At first when looking at many of the rooms that other professional artists have drawn, I thought that they had naturally knew how to make furniture and rooms from all perspectives. But after Ms. Hull teaching my classmates and I know how to do so. I am pretty confident and creating all sorts of rooms and knowing what I am doing now.
3. If you did this assignment again, what would you do differently?
I would draw a different, more complex room. Considering I have a confident perspective on how to do so. I think drawing a different environment with more details and curved objects would be a challenge, which is necessary to know when pursuing a career in the art industry.
4. What is your advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing before?
Depending on what perspective they are going for, I would tell them to simply place a dot in the middle of the page. Use a ruler to create an outline of the object they are making. And then draw orthogonal lines to create dimension that would apply or look similar to the real world.
5. What resource helped you the most and why?
The drawings that Ms. Hull placed around the class really helped. And the online tutorials on moodle catered as well. In my spare time, I would look in comic books and pay attention to the way the illustrators drew their rooms. I would point on the things they did wrong, and pay attention to they things they did right. I then tried to incorporate that into my own drawing.
¿Quién yo soy? Soy una mujer quien se intenta a apoyar a mi familia. Una mujer quien se trabaja solamente para tener los mínimos básicos por mis cariños. Entiendo el sufrimiento porque he sido pobre por todo de mi vida, y por eso, aprecio a todo me recibo.
Soy la mama de Machuca, y mi familia y yo vivimos en Chile. Estamos de pocos recursos, pero, nos amamos sin embargo. En este momento, hay un división entre la clase alta y la clase pobreza, y la tensión entre los dos es fuerte. Al primero, habrá algún forma de esperanza cuando el Salvador Allende era al presidente, pero, cuando el General Pinochet se derrocó el gobierno, todo se cambió. Por este momento, lo veo el mundo como así.
Primero, en esta pintura, Ángel Dulce por Luis Royo, puedo ver una mujer y lo que creo son tres hombres. La mujer está sentando en el suelo, y los hombres, quienes están cubierto totalmente, se están arrodillado al lado de la mujer. Uno de los hombres está tendiendo un espejo al frente de la mujer, y ella se le mira. El otro, está lavando el dorso de la mujer. Los colores son oscuros; hay mucho morena y variaciones de naranja. Pero, la mujer es casi blanca. En total, el tono de la obra es espiritual, y me da el sentimiento que estoy sintiendo la toca del hombre. También, por algún razón, siento tranquila cuando la veo esta obra.
En el 1973, el mundo se cambió. Para mi, tenia miedo y era enojada con todo por la tratamiento que recibimos mi familia. Fue un dia normal hasta el militar de Pinochet se derrumbaron a mi aldea, y él se tomó poder. Nunca olvidaré cuando los soldados se vinieron y se atacaron mis vecinos, mis cariños, y mis amigos. Nunca olvidaré cuando un soldado mató la amiga de mi hijo. Los acontecimientos que se ocurrieron me dió la perspectiva que la tengo aún ahora.
Para mi, esta obra se representa la subyugación constante de la mujer. Lo puedo ver en la posición de ella. Su idioma del cuerpo dice que ella se les escucha a todo lo que exigen, porque se está agacha. También, el hecho que the mujer no está vestido totalmente me mira la vulnerabilidad de las mujeres. Aún más, durante los acciones de los hombres, ella le ve, pero es porque lo tiene que. Entonces, el espejo se simboliza la realidad de opresión. Y por eso, el artista probablemente se quisó que presentar el mismo mensaje- las mujeres ya tampoco luchar para la libertad actual. Lo creo porque la mayoría del arte de pintura se presentan las mujeres en maneras sexuales y liberadas, y por este representación, Royo también lucha por el próximo revolución para las mujeres. Por eso, él la pintó.
Puedo relatar completamente con los imágenes en el foto. Desde mi punto de vista, la idea que me mira la sociedad como “a bajo” no es una nueva idea. He visto muchas veces cuando una mujer fue dominado de los hombres, y la sociedad. Finalmente, me siento poderosa y tengo la confianza en la progresión de las mujeres.
Así lo veo; esta obra me hace recordar lo que esta bien y lo que esta mal. Pero, puedo ver mi papel como una mujer por esta obra también. Esto es el razon por que me llamó la atención; los papeles de las mujeres ya tampoco necesitan que cambiar- necesitan mejorar. La escogí esta obra para compartir mis sentimientos lo que se expresa la obra. Y por eso, estoy de acuerdo con el pinto. La obra me da las memorias del 1973, no obstante, me hace sentir alegría para el futuro. La guerra para la equalidad no ha terminado, y nosotros, los igualitarios, no vamos a rendir.
This quarter we were given the assignment to learn and draw from an online art course. In the beginning I wasn't too excited to do this because I felt like I wouldn't learn anything from the lessons, however, I learned small tips and techniques from doing each drawing. I definitely pushed my abilities by doing the pictures that were done in colored pencil. I'm the type of person that enjoys expanding my abilities across a multitude of different mediums, this assignment allowed me to do that. I have a hard time shading a picture without precise detail and I feel like the cross shading and the scribble technique that was used in a few of the lessons helped me loosen up with my attention to detail. Admittedly, the objects weren't exactly things that I would've personally chosen to draw and add to my portfolio but looking over all of the ones that I have done I find myself admiring the technique that I used more than the actual picture.If I was to do something like this over again I would probably force myself to step out of my comfort zone even more and do more pictures in color.
b. How did leaning this thing make your drawings better.- I know how to make orhtogonal lines now, and it looks better and helped make things 3D.
c. If you did this assignment again, what would you do differently?- I'd probably spend more time in detail and I would have took my time instead of trying to rush everything.
d. What is your advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing before?- My advice to anyone who has never drawn in one point perspective is that you need to be very patient with yourself. There are going to be times when you don't know what you're going to next but you have to think for a second, take a deep breath, and keep drawing.
e. What resource helped you the most and why?
c. If you did this assignment again, what would you do differently?If I did this assignment again, I would make sure to as for more help instead of doing things on my own.
d. What is your advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing before?My advice is to take your time, and make sure not to get frustrated. Once you get frustrated, your drawing begins to look worse.
e. What resource helped you the most and why?My most helpful resource was Ms. Hull because she gave subtle hints that helped perfect my drawing.
d. What is your advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing before?Try your hardest to try and observe what your surrounding objects look like before you start drawing.
1.) Something that I learned is how to outline a one point perspective drawing, before drawing the vanishing point. More specifically, I learned what a vanishing point is.
2.) Learning this made my drawings better, because without knowing about the vanishing point, my lines would look disproportionate.
3.) If I did this assignment again, I would add more details to the room. I would also make sure everything was drawn the correct size.
4.) My advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing before would be never draw a line without a ruler, because they will look very wrong. Also, never guess where a line goes, because again, it won't look right.
5.) The resource that helped me the most was a ruler, because my lines are straight, and I can make sure they are drawn in the right spot by using either inches or centimeters and making marks along the paper.
b. How did leaning this thing make your drawings better.It allowed me to make any room of my choice better because I now know all of the tricks to actually making it look good. Like using my artist eye
e. What resource helped you the most and why?
Classmates because they know things that I might not know, so they could give me constructive criticism on how I could make my drawing better. And also the step- by step thing because I could change things around and then I could look at certain things to make sure that I was doing it right. And it also was easier to understand.
I learned about the way the vanishing point influences a lot of the lines of the furniture. It is interesting to think that one little point influences the drawing so much. I didn't really have that good of a grasp on the whole concept and I still have a ton to learn about it, but this project helped me understand the idea of perspective a significant amount more than when I started out.
This learning helped my drawing look like a real room. It popped out more than it would have otherwise. It would have looked unintentionally wonky, like some substandard, weird, second-rate Picasso imitation. As I looked at my lines according to the vanishing point, the whole idea of perspective was able to click a bit better. My room, although still at this point a bit bare-bones, looks like an outline of a room.
I would pay more attention while making my back wall. At the very beginning, and for the rest of the project as well, I felt a tad intimidated. I sort of hurried through making my back wall and it ended up costing me later. The wall was the wrong shape and I had to fix that. Restarting ended up costing me quite a lot of time. Next time I would also see Ms. Hull more for help as she was very helpful when went to her.
My advice to someone who has never drawn in one point perspective is to take your time, especially when making the foundations of the drawing. The details are much more easy to fix. However, if you mess up something in the foundations, this can take a large toll on the rest of your drawing.
The resource that helped me the most was Ms. Hull. When I went to her we talked about the different types of line relationships, if that makes any sense. We looked at the lines that are parallel to each other and the lines that go to the vanishing point. She also did some sketches demonstrating these concepts that I was able to look at later to be reminded of what I needed to do.
I would like to think that given another opportunity to do this, I could do better. I know that my current drawing is somewhat lacking but I am still proud of what I accomplished despite what I did being nothing to someone of a higher caliber than myself.
I think my most useful resource was Jasim Gilliam. She was drawing the same side of the room as I was, and she helped me a lot with everything. Without her my drawing would stink.
I learned how to make the lines all go to a certain vanishing point.
How did learning this thing make your drawings better.
Knowing how make lines go to a vanishing point made the drawing look three dimensional.
If you did this assignment again, what would you do differently?
I would be more careful when measuring out the ceiling and floor tiles because i had some trouble with that.
What is your advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing before?
Make sure that you map out the drawing correctly before starting.
What resource helped you the most and why?
Th website “ How to Draw using One Point Perspective” on instructables.com
Helped me the most because it showed me how to draw in one point perspective.
a. I learned how to not make all of the details flat. I learned how to make every detail more outstanding by making the outline of the door and a window.
b. It made my drawings more detail and outstanding. It was very interesting of how the details came out of the art room.
c. I would work at a faster pace because to me I felt really slow while working on this project. My classmates had hard times while working so I was nice and I helped them out.
d. My advice would be practice makes perfect because people are going to need a lot of help so either I or a teacher, or maybe a parent can help for practice.
e. The resource that help me the most was Mrs. Hull’s powerpoint on moodle because it gives me a great explanation on how to get a great start on the drawling.