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.
When you find the orthogonal start to plan where thing will go.
Go to the spot with the best view of the area.
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)