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Final Perspective Drawing

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

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.


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One Point Perspective Drawing

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Drawing Review

One Thing I leaded how to do throughout this project is how to a full room from one point perspective.Learning how to draw this made my the consumers of my feel like they are looking where I looked when I drew my pictures.If I had to do this assignment again I would Make my stools better, and add floor tiles.My advice to someone who has never drawn in one point perspective before would be to always connect your lines to your vanishing pointThe resource that helped me the most would be the power point Mrs.Hall made of how to draw a celling with one point perspective.
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"Final Perspective Drawing"

One thing that I specifically learned while doing this project is that they’re many ways to draw a one point perspective drawing. They’re is not just one way to draw a one point perspective drawing. Learning that they’re is not just one way to draw a one point perspective drawing made me want to learn from my mistakes and to erase when a line was not straight. This also made me draw better drawings. If I did this assignment again I would take more time to add detail. I would add color and would add more detail to my tables and to my ceiling. I would do this because I believe that it would make my drawing better. I believe that the detail would make the drawing more realistic. My advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing is to not be afraid to erase. The reason being is that when you erase you make the line better than it was before. Another thing that I would advise them to do is to make sure that every line that is drawn is drawn back to the center point to make sure that all of the lines are straight. The last thing that I would advise them to do is to not stop drawing when doing a one point perspective and just stick with it. The resource that help me most was the online slideshow of the one point perspective drawing. This helped me the most because I learned a lot from the slideshow. I believe that this slideshow taught me how to do a one point perspective drawing.   
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Final Perspective Drawing

​One thing that I've learned through this project is that everything must connect back to the vanishing point. I thought I could get away with having some go with the vanishing point and others not, but that isn't the case. If you don't connect the lines of things such as the tables, chairs,  and windows, back to the vanishing point, it's wrong and looks weird. 
Learning this made my project look more professional. It looked like I was actually in the room looking at that one specific wall. I felt tempted to "jump" into the picture. The tables, chairs, and windows looked great. It didn't look weird at all. 
If I could do this assignment again I would most definitely redo my lights. I had multiple problems with the lights, especially the ones that were the closest to me in the picture. The reason I had a problem was because the lights sides are concave. I've never encountered something like this before when drawing, so it was a learning experience. I drew and erased multiple times till I got my best result. 
If there was any advice I'd give to anyone about drawing a one point perspective is connect the lines to the vanishing point. It is extremely crucial to do this because if you don't, the picture won't look right. For example, it doesn't make any sense to have a window that goes straight across on a side wall because it's supposed to be slanted in one point perspective. 
A resource than helped me a lot is none other than Mrs. Hull's tutorial on one point perspective. She went through the process step by step while giving me chances to add my own creativity and style to the room.  
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Final Perspective Drawing

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​From this drawing I learned perseverance of long term art forms. I figured out how to draw a fish eye room. I did not do the best fish eye drawing in the world, but I am one step closer to professionally hand drawing something of the sort. I learned great techniques for the ease of drawing, such as adding a diagonal line in order to better create real perspective tiles. Learning these things helped my drawings pop out more, and helped this drawing become unique among others. If I did this assignment again, I would do my fish eye perspective better (now that I have more experience with it). I would also use my markers because they're better than any colored pencils, and I'm no good at painting. To anyone who hasn't done this sort of project before, just do what you can with full determination. During this project my best resource was my art/tech teacher, Ms.Hull
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Final Perspective Drawling 2013 Green Stream

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.


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Artist in the making

I am back to writing art blogs on the photos I redo on Drawingspace.com. This time I started with the section F, since I am moving along in the process. Section F is Hatching, and hatching is when you achieved realistic shading to photographs. I created  different pictures from this sections. My shading did improve I felt as though it helped me so much. If you look below there is a picture of a tulip that I feel as though shows how my shading improved. Also, the seahorse shows my skills that I gained from this section.  


Then I started to draw pictures from section G. Section G was focusing on three-dimensional shapes, that makes the photo look more realistic. From this section the baldy with no ears was my best picture I drawn. I followed all directions and steps, this section made drawing come to life and better. My skills and techniques improved tremendously and made me more comfortable with my art.


Section H was a little different, because it was a combination if section F and G. Section H was focusing more on face, lips, and the human body. But drawing these I shade and make things in 3D look more realistic. I applied all the things I learned this quarter and the sections to this last section. It was very helpful and my art skills improved, all of these drawings reflect that.

Then I did a outside project from just drawing pictures on Drawingspace.com. I created a picture based on what I see. I was sitting in my room looking at the vase my mother brought me.n I started to sketch and draw it. I then was finished the sketch, I started to fill in color with red and black pastel. When it was finished I signed it and smiled. I enjoyed this work, because I applied everything I learned. I shaded, used 3D objects, and did different colors to blend. Look below for the red and black vase.

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Sarah Charlotte Brown: Q3 Art

sorry the drawings are a bit orange colored... My camera was not working in the lighting well and I couldn't use a different camera. Also, I did crop them a bit on my phone, but they uploaded as the originals, so sorry if there is any black edges. Some also uploaded sideways. I don't know why that happened. 

Photography was my outside project. I took many photos, and chose my favorites to edit. 

Photos taken at Bard College in New York State on iPhone 4s.

Edited on photoshop CS3.
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Final Perspective Drawing

a. What is one thing that your learned specifically that you did not know before.
- The usage of a vanishing point was a really interesting tool that assisted me throughout this assignment. The vanishing point is where all the orthogonal lines start or trace back to the vanishing point.  

b. How did leaning this thing make your drawings better.                                            - It helped guide me with the outlines of the different objects that needed to be drawn. It also helped me visualize how to draw what I needed to easier. 

c. If you did this assignment again, what would you do differently?           - If I were given more time to complete this assignment I would definitely work on my tables a bit more and the tiles just a bit because I feel as if though i needed to work on those more then the other features of my assignment. That also took more time to draw. 

d. What is your advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing before?           - My advice to that person would be to not give up. Mistakes are okay, eraser marks are okay. Just keep trying and you'll be a step closer toward a better outcome. I would also say to start things out as shapes. Like for instance the stools that were placed near the tables started out as squares then from there they were transformed into stools. Keep an open mind and observe. 

e. What resource helped you the most and why?           - One resource that was really helpful was the slide that Ms. Hull the art teacher of Science Leadership Academy created for us and posted on moodle. I feel as if though that has a lot of good techniques and helped me visualize things also better.


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Final Perspective Drawing Orange 2013 perspective

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

What I learned from doing this art project was taking one random line, putting it somewhere and being to create a whole 3-D drawing from it. 

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

I think it made my drawings better because it helped me find my creative eye and being able to see potential in a drawing other than giving up once I mess up.

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


 I think I would put more detail in the drawing because mine is kind of plain and a little light.

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


 My Advice would be to take your time and  see more than what you have on your piece of paper because that drawing can be the best thing that you've ever done in art.

e. What resource helped you the most and why? 

The Most resource that helped me the most was my peers. My peers really showed me what I was doing good and what I had to change and also helped me do this to show me how things are supposed to look.

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Final Perspective Drawing

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

I learned how to draw realistic-looking ceiling and floor tiles using simple orthogonal lines.  I also learned that using visual judgement, or your "artist's eye", you can make the proportions of a drawing a lot more realistic. 

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

These things helped me to understand how to draw basic parts of a room easily and realistically. 

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

I would spend a little more time on my drawing, maybe at lunch or at home, since I missed a class period. 

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

My advice is to never erase any lines you're not sure if you might need later, never erase orthogonals until you're completely done with that specific part of the room, pay attention to and use your artist's eye, and be especially careful when doing very long lines that require multiple rulers or span large lengths to keep them straight the whole time. 

e. What resource helped you the most and why?

The resource which helped me the most in the beginning was definitely Ms. Hull's powerpoint, but as things got harder, Ms. Hull herself was my best resource!  She helped me with anything that confused me, and was very patient with me the whole time.  I also had a bit of an advantage because we did a little perspective drawing in 7th grade. 

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Final Perspective Drawing

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

Before drawing this portrait of our classroom, I did not know about one point perspective. I learned that to make your picture look accurate you need to have all your lines connected to the vanishing point.

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

I did not just draw lines freely on a piece of paper. I knew where everything needed to be. It allowed my lines to all flow together correctly. 

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

If I had to do this over again, I would have drew my back wall a little smaller. My drawing does not seem like a distant view of the room, but a close up on it.

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

Make it even ! What I mean is the hardest part of this drawing was getting the back and side walls. It was hard to get them exactly to the edge of the paper. Also, dont start if it is not right.

e. What resource helped you the most and why?  

The step by step demonstration was the most helpful thing to me, this is because it got me started. Getting this started was the hardest part in my opinion

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Questions

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

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

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

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

e. What resource helped you the most and why?


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One thing that I learned is that you need orthogonal lines to go through the vanishing point to give an object perspective and more 3D looking. It also makes it so you can see the object in a better perspective. By learning how to draw orthogonal lines it allowed me to create an the room with more 3D qualities and giving it a real life perspective rather than it being flat and 2D. It makes the image more real and stand out. If I were to do this assignment again I would try to add more detail to the surrounding areas and add more furniture and color to the room. If I were to give someone advice who has never drawn one point perspective would be for them to make sure that they know how to draw the orthogonal lines going through the vanishing point because it gives the draw a more perspective and look real. The resource that really helped me the most would have to be the "Perspective step by step" done by Ms. Hull, this is because it helped me start out my drawing and taught me what lines go where and how to make the drawing look real and give it a one point perspective.
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Quarter 3 Art Drawings by Karoline Castillo

Just like quarters one and two, we`ve been learning how to draw with the help of "draw space". The difference about this quarter was that the students were assigned an outside project. I had the pleasure to work with Miss Lisa Wells who is an art major and is specialized in sculpting. For my outside project, I created a macro of an ipod. A macro is an object that is usually not seen large. For example, take a look at the last picture. It is a sculpture of a large ipod. I worked on this many days after school in the art room. The kennel was used to fire my sculpture, after that it was painted.
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Final Perspective Drawing

I learned more about how to set up the back wall. At first I was unsure of how to set it up but by relying on my artists eye I was able to fix the proportions. I also discovered how to shade my drawing better.

If I did not have the back wall drawn to proportion my whole project would not correspond to the actual shape and layout of the room. The shading made it look less two dimensional.

If I remade my assignment I would make sure to add more details and that the stools and table are to scale. I would also shade more and add texture to the furniture and tiles, in other words make it look realistic.

The first thing I would tell them is that you need to make sure that the vanishing point and back wall (If they are drawing a room) are in the appropriate location. From there place the major components such as windows, tiles, and tables, after this you can move on to details. Remember to connect everything back to the vanishing point.

I mainly just drew what I saw and what looked correct. I did not use any websites, but I did check in with my peers to see if I was headed in a good direction or if everything looked to scale.

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Final Perspective Drawing

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


This project was very efficient, it increased my artistic skills since I’m an artist. The one thing I learned was to draw in one point perspective. It was very hard at the beginning because every line has to connect to your vanishing point. 

How did leaning this thing make your drawings better?


Learning to draw in one point perspective is going to make my drawings better because it gives them an extra touch of greatness. It gives them a 3 dimensional perspective to the viewer.My drawings are already great, but learning new information could always make my drawings close to perfect.

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


The one thing I would differently about this drawing would definitely be to redraw the stools. I had a little trouble with the stools, and I think I could do better. 

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


My advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective would be to take their time and try not to get frustrated easily. Drawing a one point perspective drawing takes time, in which sometimes can be trouble to people.

What resource helped you the most and why?


I didn’t actually used resources in the web. My kind colleagues helped me out when I had trouble with a part of the drawing. Explaining and demonstrating were great. 
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Final Perspective Drawing

“We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses.” 

-Abraham Lincoln

One of the most salient things in life to know is that before you can fully understand something you must have equilibrium with all of its perspectives. For how can you truly know what a square is without seeing also the cube? How can you label a story character as a samaritan or a nefarious being without stepping into their shoes? The first stride in venturing into the world of equal empathy is to know that almost everything has infinite perspectives. This is foremost especially in the macrocosm of chaotic madness and rightful order we call art. 
It could be said that you can never reach an infinite number of perspectives in art. That eventually every one of them would be discovered and taught in a classroom or studio. One aspect of looking at that is false. New perspectives are thought of every day even without the slightest of recognition. Therefore in an ultimate loophole of a herculean panorama, where anything is possible, it is quite hard not to say that art perspectives are infinite. Although, mathematically speaking, infiniteness is a line of continuum motion in which the destination or point never comes close to your term. This a very arguable topic and could easily be discussed in class.
Speaking of infinities, something that a conclusion can come to without arguments is that you can't learn all of an individual's infinite qualities or separated beings. Which makes me say that I am exposed to new information but also apt to it. During this task I was novelly engaged with one of the infinities of art, one point perspective. It was a promenade that I never traversed before and I was intuitive in knowing how much a vanishing point in a drawing affected thus. I soon discovered that this could turn any number of my weird looking mindsets into reality perspective. The importance of this is that having a quantity of colorful options will only aid you. 
Just as there is infinite amount of perspectives for art, there is an infinite amount of perspectives of one point perspective. The view I chose to take was one of the negative light. In one point perspective, everything is white on black instead of black on white. Javier Peraza thought that he could not fight the compelling feeling to dig deeper in the very meaning of perspective. That is why he wanted to complete the project in that way. Since it is onerous to make out detail in a negative version of one point perspective I blue printed the very heavenly cosmos that Javier's mind creates but in a positive view. If corrected, it would be wise to travel to a different perspective of one point perspective. Of course just for clarity on the infinite macrocosm theory.

Often beginers trip and find their own follies. This is needed in life for without mistakes they would never rank up from beginners. An adduce that all beginners should remember though is that you must first learn the rules before breaking them. I personally, Javier Peraza, take the unorthodox path and do whatever I/he/X/Y/ a-Z/1-100/∞ wants. You must know that no one is confining you from doing what you want and you can use your freedom to produce thaumaturgy. As long as you know who you are talking to then you are fine.
fountain of imagination and creativity, that is indeed itself inarguably an infinite, is my mind and also yours. You should never underestimate the power of the human mind for the whole concept of infinities and time comes from it. They breed to make dimensions and mathematics. It will always be your source for anything and everything for it was my source. Note though that you have OTHER minds just as capable of accomplishing as much as yourself so Javier recommends that you listen to your peers and authorities. 
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Final Perspective Drawing

One thing I learned in this whole experience is how to draw using a vanishing point. With this tool in hand I was able to make my pictures look 3d which was a really amazing thing to learn. Learning this has helped make my drawing overall better because I allowed more symmetry to flow in my drawing as all the objects in my room didn't just look like objects but more like pieces of place giving the whole drawing more complexity. If I were to do this assignment again I would definitely take more time to draw each object out so that I would have more detail and an overall better piece of art. Some advice I would give to someone who has never drawn in one point perspective is to always measure things out so that things look more concise and well plotted. The resource that helped me out the most was my peers. Each one of us had our own weaknesses and strengths while drawing but when working together we were able to get the best of both worlds. This was especially shown while I was attempting to draw a table and couldn't get it to come out right but with help from my peers I was able to overcome the obstacle
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Final Perspective Drawing

What is one thing that your learned specifically that you did not know before?
  ~Honestly I learned how to draw. I had absolutely no knowledge of drawing before I stepped into Ms. Hull's room. 
 

How did leaning this thing make your drawings better?                                                    ~Now I can make my drawings look real and not look like cartoons.

If you did this assignment again, what would you do differently?
~I would probably take the time to add some color to it so I could get that A.

What is your advice to someone who has never drawn a one point perspective drawing before?
~Draw a horizon line and a vanishing point...

What resource helped you the most and why?                                                                    ~The resource that helped me the most probably was Ms. Hull. 

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Quarter 3 THenry

We drew from a online tutorial that helped practice slightly more advanced techniques than in the previous quarters.   Again, I ended up drawing some things that I normally wouldn't have. In the end I'm glad that I was able to draw some of the things that were listed, like the Bee or the Human leg.  Normally when I thought of insects, I payed no attention to the level of detailing that they actually hold.  After the tutorial , I realized how complex they can be. The same thing with the leg.  I think that these two drawings specifically have helped me improve my shading and hatching techniques.
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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 before that I did not know now is how to use an orthogonal coming from the vanishing point. I thought perspective drawing was accurate and really easy in beginning, with no measurements involved. It turns out though, that you need practice.


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

It made my drawing better because I was able to put my walls in perspective with my stools and tables. I was able to make them look like they were proportionate. Without learning about orthogonals, my whole drawing would look unrealistic.

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

If I was to do this drawing again, I think I would manage my time more efficiently. I was on task during most periods, but some periods I only got one thing done. I would also be more accurate with my measurements because there were many times where I didn't measure properly, and my drawing didn't look right.

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

My advice would be, use measurements no matter what, and don't just "eyeball" because your eyes will make mistakes. Also, make sure you know how to use the terms orthogonal, parallel, and vertical lines. Measuring is very important in perspective drawing.

e. What resource helped you the most and why?

The resource that  helped me the most was the powerpoint on this project. I would have been lost otherwise if I didn't have the powerpoint to get me started. I made a lot of mistakes in the beginning, and if it wasn't for the powerpoint, then I would have made even more dramatic mistakes.
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Final Perspective Drawing

​I have learned how to use orthogonal lines to connect everything I draw to my vanishing point. I have learned how to use math to center objects in a room while drawing. These techniques have made my drawings better by making the objects look realistic and 3-D. If I could do this project over again, I would try to erase a lot less, it made my paper look dark and unclear. I would also take more time on things to make sure they are perfect so I don't have to go back and fix it. My advice to anyone who has not drawn a one point perspective drawing before is to take your time, its worth it! Also, start with the end in mind; if you start the drawing without knowing what you want it to look like in the end, it'll be hard for you to space everything out evenly. The resource that helped me the most was the slidshow Ms. Hull made for us to look at while drawing the room. It helped me because I could see how someone else was going about the same drawing I was. 
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Final Perspective Drawing

​I learned how to male 2D features in a 3D format. Using orthogonal lines, it made made flat lines into actual tables or windows.

With learning this tricks, it has made my art more realistic and fun to view. Now when I'm home drawing, I can easily draw a room or a comic book cover as a gift.

I would make the stools and the floor a little better. I would make the lines a little more spaced out so that they are squares, not rectangles Also I would make the back wall just little smaller. My back wall is very big.

Some great advice for new comers into One Perspective drawing is use the vanishing point as a guide. It helps make every line on the page straight.

Mrs. Hull. She has supplied me with most of my knowledge and she helped me draw my back wall. She also helped me with drawing the stools. I had a bit of trouble, but she put on the right path.
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