Drawing The Art Room

This drawing is a drawing of 3 walls in the art room. Before we started drawing this we had started out with 3 3-d box's and a horizon line. Then we had took this project further and started to draw the 3- walls from 1 point perspective.

The process that I used to complete the project was first placing a vanishing point in the center of the paper. Then, I made an X. From the X I made a rectangle around the center of it. I counted how many ceiling tiles were on the roof of the main wall that I was drawing. When I got how many tiles that were on the ceiling I measured how wide each one should be on my paper then started drawing them from the vanishing point.Then I began drawing windows and everything on that one wall. Made a floor line and drew everything that was on the two walls that were next to the wall. I then added all the little details of the 3 walls.

 What was easy to learn was the windows. Once I figured out what tile they were on, on the ceiling that was really easy after. Because I knew their place on the wall.

The hardiest thing to learn was the couch. The couch was free-handed and it was hard to draw that. Also, it was hard to make the tables look 3-D.

Tamatha Lancaster had a really nice drawing. It was very clear to see what is what. The way she drew her pillar that was sticking out, it looks very realistic. Tamatha had worked very hard on this.
Screen shot 2011-04-05 at 1.39.43 PM
Screen shot 2011-04-05 at 1.39.43 PM