For our third assignment, we had to draw a room. We watched many demonstrations for learning how to make things seem realistic on just a flat piece of paper. This prepared us for our final assignment of the quarter. We were handed a large piece of paper. We had to choose a wall in the classroom, and draw it. But everything had to come off of our horizon line.
I first drew a sketch of the ceiling and the floor by counting the tiles there were in real life. Then I started on the windows and the pillars. Then, I worked on the details underneath the windows and walls.
I think that the entire concept of orthogonal lines, and vertical and horizontal lines were very easy to me, even though I have never worked with perspective drawing before.
The hard thing was making the pillars look 3D and the entire paper look like the real life wall. Overall, it was a good project, and I really enjoyed having it this quarter.