Final Perspective Drawing

Photo 4
Photo 4
1. One thing I learned while doing this project is that art takes time and that it is ok to erase and start over. Art is not something that you are born with but something you grow to be good at. After this, I think that I have really improved as an artist and I am proud of this piece. Also, that perspective drawings are all about orthogonal lines and rectangles.
2. Learning these things made my drawing better because I was not afraid of trial and error like I used to be therefore, allowing me to improve the things I did not excel at in the beginning.
3. If I did this assignment again, I would use all of the time given in class to work on it and not get as distracted. I would also take more time with coloring to make it the best it can be.
4. My advice to someone who as never drawn a one-point-perspective is to take your time and no matter how much you want to rip it into a million pieces, don't do it. It is not worth starting all over from scratch for. Just erase and keep on going. Also, don't be afraid to ask for help or to give it to someone else. You will be surprised at what your peers can help you with.
5. The resource that helped me the most throughout this project was Ms. Hull and my peers. They understood what I didn't and helped me to understand. I am so grateful for them because without them, I would have been stuck for a long time. Especially Jiwon, who helped me with the stools when my attempt was an epic fail.