Ms. Hull showed us a video of someone drawing a glass object. The video was a sped up version of everything the artist did. Then when the video was over she told us that we would be doing that. The next class she had glass objects for us and told us to get paper and a object and start drawing. At first I didn't think I would be able to do any of it. But then I thought back to the video and started where the artist had. I made a light shading on the background of my paper. Then I just started drawing the beaker (the glass object my table had) and it began to come out. I erased what I had multiple times because it was to small or the sides were uneven. After I made the outline for the beaker I started to add the details that made it look like glass. I made those with the eraser of a pencil. In the end I have a drawing that I'm really proud of. The only thing would change is I would have tried harder to mess it up like Ms. Hull told me too. I had gone up to her and shown her my drawing and she said it was good but to keep adding and I told her that I didn't want to mess it up. She said that sometimes you have to mess it up to get something better. If I could redo it I would probably have listened to that advice more.