Final Perspective Drawing

I learned that you need to erase to make your project look better. If you do not erase then you will be stuck with bad perspective, I also learned that you may not notice bad perspective until the end.

This project taught me the values of perspective art, and how a  picture can look weird if it is done incorrectly. It also taught me the values of the  orthogonal, and how without it perspective would be lost.

If I were to redo this project I would most likely have started by planning, instead of rushing in to the main picture. By planning I would have been more prepared in what the end project would look like, instead of just going with the flow.

My advice:

  • When you find the orthogonal start to plan where thing will go.

  • Go to the spot with the best view of the area.

  • Stay focused

My greatest help was my fathers are tools and his grandfather's set to they helped me get the right angle every time. (no pun intended)

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