In Art so far this quarter, we have learned about drawing in perspective. Before learning it, I barely knew how to do this. I didn't know what a "vanishing point" or a "horizon line" was. Those are just some of the terms we learned in Art. Using these terms are basically making drawing in perspective a lot easier and correct. In my drawing, without a vanishing point, my drawing would not be correct and it would be harder to draw it. In this drawing there are a lot of things I would change. I would've drawn it darker, it looks a lot better in real life than in this picture. I'm sure I made mistakes that I can't really identify. If I were to give someone advice on perspective drawing, I would definitely tell them to take it step by step, follow the rules of perspective drawing, and inform themselves on what a vanishing point, horizon line, ect. is. The resource that really helped me the most is the Slideshare on step by step of the wall, it really showed me what to do in order and what was important, I don't know what I'd do without that.