For this project, we chose a wall of the art room and drew it from one perspective. The purpose of this was for us to learn about 3d drawing and what makes things look 3d. First, I looked at the back wall and guessed its approximate length relative to my drawing paper. Then, I found the center of my paper and marked it. I then drew the wall to the size that I had decided to use. After that, I drew lines going towards the vanishing point (orthogonal lines) from the corners of the far wall to the edges of the page. I made marks where each ceiling tile would start and end, then drew an orthogonal line through each mark. Next, I made a line from one top corner of the far wall to the oposite top corner of the paper, and then drew horizontal lines where each orthogonal intersected it. I then erased that line, and added in the windows and other details. One artist who I think did particularly well is Seamus Kirby. Since he chose to draw a more complicated wall, the way that he made the back area of the room was impressive.