Q3 reflection

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Savannah Manns


a. What do you feel like you accomplished with your final drawing?


I feel as if I accomplished establishing my vanishing point, and establishing my Ceiling, roof, side walls, and floor.


b. What would you change or differently if you could do this project again?

I would get a longer ruler and make everything equivalent and correct. I would also spend more time on smaller details to make the the bigger picture way better.

c. Find a drawing on the wall that you think is successful. Describe it. Why is it successful?

I think that Liv Coppers drawing was really successful because everything was spot on. She had cabinets and everything was very accurate. She did an amazing job . She captured the whole wall, she had many cabinets and amazing desk and chairs.

d. What did you learn about one point perspective?

I learned that it is not only complicated but it makes things very three dimensional.

Q3 Art Reflection (T.Harper)

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Personally, after completing this very difficult project I think that I should receive the following points. 18 Points on my back wall, 17 points on the side wall. 19 Points for my ceiling, 17 points for my floor and 18 points for my table/chair. I think I should receive an 89 our of 100 points. 

I would redo my entire room. Changing the wall I decided. I decided to do the wall right wall with the windows. I would instead do the front wall where the boards are located. I would also redo the the table location. Instead of doing the bigger table I would do more smaller tables. 

The drawing I picked was Tatiana Reams. I think it came out really well. I think it was neat, not with many eraser marks and is very detailed. Everything was in its place and If I had to grade it I would probably give it a high grade. She also completed the full project. Did everything that was asked of her. 

I learned many things like how to even draw. I could not even draw as well as I could and now being able to draw an entire room. I think that's sick. I also learned more about vanishing points of how and where to draw the lines and everything. It was also clear how to make three denominational shapes.  

Q3 Reflection


What I feel that I accomplished with my final drawing is the overall perspective of the classroom. I think that the ceiling came out fine also the floor lines and the back wall. I also think the door came out fine. I would change my corner separating the  window to the right and left. I wish I was able to make it look better and more clearer. I would also change the way of the picture and try harder to make it look like the room.  One drawing that I think is successful is one that has a smaller back wall and the classroom is larger in size. It has a door that is slightly opened. There is only one table and one stool. It has a nice proportion to it and is accurate with the classroom.  I think the person was able to capture the perspective of the classroom. What I learned about about one point perspective is that you have to have the have to make your picture based on the vanishing point. 

Q3 Reflection (S. Baker)

1. ​Back wall: 20/20. I think I drew the back wall pretty accurately.
Side wall: 18/20. My side walls are a little off to me but I still think they're accurate.
Ceiling: 20/20. I think my ceiling looks great but I think it's off a bit.
Floor: 15/70. My floor has a nice outline but looks bland.
Table/Chair: 12/20. My table looks great but the stool looks weird.

2. I would change the way my stool and table looks. Since it isn't a really good representation of the two. I would also take more time trying to make my lines persice and not have so many erased lines visable on the paper.

3. I think Xavier's drawing is very nice looking. I like the way that his lines are dark it pops out to me. To me it looks like he took his time on doing it and that he tried to make sure everything about it was correct.

4. One point perspective focuses on the perspective of one point. And that making a drawing based of one point is challenging but rewarding when you get an accurate drawing

Q3 Art Reflection

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After doing this drawing, I felt that I accomplished good detail on my side walls.

If I could do this project again, I would add more tables and stools and I would lower my door from touching the ceiling.

The picture I found to be the most interesting would be Liv's picture. Her picture is very detailed and looks like she measured different parts of the drawing very accurately. She drew the wall that's across from the board. I think that her drawing is successful because it captures her wall's image very accurately.

From drawing one point perspective pictures, I learned that everything I draw in the picture must reflect back to the vantage point. 

Q3 Art Reflection

  • I think I did good on the ceiling, back wall, side wall, and floor. I messed up on the table and chairs because it wasn't one point perspective. I think I did pretty well on the extra details. 
  • b. I would change my tables and I would make it so that only one side of the paper had work on it so you couldn't see the other stuff on the back. 
  • c. Gavin's is successful because it is very proportionate and well drawn. The detail was really great, especially the window view. He used the one point perspective really well. 
  • d. It helps a lot because then you know how to proportion things and it just looks better overall when you use it.

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​Reflection!

  1. I think I accomplished everything on the rubric except the side wall. My side wall was there, but incorrect in it's placement and the fact tat it should be an orthogonal above the doorway. Personally, I feel like I accomplished a lot. I've done a one point before, but never with an actual room, the one before this was a room I invented
  2. I would not do this project again, last minute. I would get more help with it, because I honestly did not really understand the art at first. I did not understand most of this, until the night before the drawing was due, and I think it was due to the pressure and the fact that my friend is an artist and offered his insights. 
  3. I think my left wall was the most successful, the windows look really nice, and they aren't too big or too small in relation to each other. It flows perfectly into the ceiling, and looks like a real wall
  4. I learned that one point is actually really simple, if you pay attention to details, like which line is straight and which should fall into the vanishing point

Q3 Art Reflection

a. I feel like I accomplished everything that was listed on the rubric. I had both side walls, the front wall, the ceiling tiles, the floor lines, and a table in chair in my drawing.

b. I wouldn't do it again. If I had to, I would have managed my time better by drawing the easier things first and the harder things later if I can, as I didn't get as much done as I would have liked. I would have also drawn another table.

c. Sydnye's drawing was successful. She drew the back wall. She included everything that was listed on the rubric.

d. I learned to trust my eye more than I had before. If something looks wrong, I should just say "this looks wrong" rather than say "this is fine."
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Q3 Art Reflection

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In the final drawing I completed the ceiling tiles and the outline of the room. I drew two of the tables in the room and started on the blinds. I drew the cabinets on the side wall and some of the columns. If I could do this project again I would pace myself better and focus less on specific details and more on the whole picture. I think Sydnye's drawing is very successful because she has a complete picture and it follows the rules of a one point perspective drawing. I learned that in a one point perspective drawing all the lines are horizontal, vertical, or orthogonal. 

Q3 Art Reflection

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1. ​Rubic-
Back wall: 18/20. I think I drew the back wall pretty accurately.
Side wall: 17/20. My side walls are a little off to me but I still think they're accurate.
Ceiling: 17/20. I think my ceiling looks great but I think it's off a bit.
Floor: 15/20. My floor has a nice outline but looks bland.
Table/Chair: 16/20. My table looks great but the stool looks weird.

2. I would change the look of the stool. It's bothering me.

3. Sidnye's drawing is awesome. Not only is it completely accurate, but it has a lot of detail.

4. One point perspective focuses on the perspective of one point.

Q3 Art Reflection

​a. I feel like I have completed everything on the rubric that was required at least decently. Some of the lines or shapes however I feel could be straighter or neater.

b. If I could re-do this project I would definetely take more time to fine-tune certain areas of the back wall for example. Some of the lines could surely be done better if I had more time.

c. One that I think is very successful is the one hung up on the smartboard. It has a very nice style to it and everything looks clean and well-done. 

d. One Point Perspective is an art style that has a vanishing point that every other object points towards. It's a very effective art style for drawing things in the distance such as rooms or train tracks. It's a style that demands that you have patience but it all adds up to a major difference in the end.

Q3 Art Reflection

1) I feel that to meet the 100 point requirement I met all the different categories (different walls, ceiling).  Each one of my walls has details and I tried my best to follow the one point perspective techniques such as door ways and the windows and especially the alcove.
2)If I could change anything about my drawing it would be my tables and chairs, not that I particularly think they are bad but I am much more proud of the walls.
3) I think that Liv's room drawing was very successful, all the lines look perfectly horizontal and vertical. Appears to follow the one point perspective rules.
4)I learned that while looking around you can view certain things in one point perspective if you have the right mindset, and this mindset really helped me complete the drawing and be proud of it. 
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Q3 Art Reflection (A. Swartz)

a. I feel like I accomplished all that I could, since I don't consider myself particularly good at art. I hope I did all of the parts to the best of my ability. I like the back wall and ceiling best since those were the things I had the most time with. I enjoyed working on this, just wished I had more time since I work slow sometimes.

b. Time, and I'd be a bit more careful. There were some sloppy parts of my drawing that I would have fixed I could have. 

c. Seyni (N)s. She chose one of the walls that was, like, actually more challenging than a big window. The lines are light and it looks clean and precise and stuff. Also there are a bunch of things in it, she did a lot. It looks very good.

d. That it is very annoying to do, yet rewarding if done correctly. It looks really good if right, but not so good if wrong. I don't really like it a whole lot, since it is mostly rulers, and I have this weird trouble drawing straight line with the rulers. At least it isn't shade-sketching.
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Art Portfolio Quarter 3

Within this quarter of doing Art two times a week, I focused more the shapes of life. Meaning that all objects have a three dimensional shape to them and I tried to show through evolution how something could look two dimensional can be changed to look three dimensional. To show this I used a lot of black and white with radiation to show all the individual shapes. At the end I was able to produce pieces of work with three dimension and have the objects look real, not still. 

Q3 Art Reflection

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I feel like I accomplished the back wall/window in my drawing. The side window was almost finish but is still pretty good. If I were to do this project again I would take advantage of the time I had to do it. I would contribute every second I spend in this class to my drawing. I think Ijustice's drawing was successful. I think his is successful because he completed the outline of his room and reach the point to where he could have added details to the room. I learned that one point perspective is more than just an art technique. It's quite hard to find it in real life but it's there. 

Q3 Art Reflection

I do not feel like I accomplished anything with the final project. It is due to the fact that I did very little of it. If I could do it again I would spend much more time and do a lot more on it. It is successful it sexems because the person has drawn in the past.  The best drawings were from the artists. That it is all straight lines.
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Q3 Art Reflection

I think I was able to draw most of the room. Even though it took me a long time, I think I did the tiles pretty well. I feel I used my time wisely and didn't procrastinate as much as I usually do. I also think I did fine on my windows even though it was pretty hard. If I could do this project again I would try to finish it. I would also like to see more chairs and tables. I think Jonathan drawing was successful. His drawing has the doors, the windows, the tables and the chairs. He was able to finish. I learned that one point perspective is not as looking and drawing what you see. There are steps you have to follow to get a good drawing. 

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Q3 Art Reflection

I feel like I did a good job on my door and a little on my windows.  If I could do this assignment again I would use my time wisely and I would work harder on my cabinets.  I liked Johnny's drawing because his drawing looks neat and he has a very little amount of eraser marks.  I learned that things look better in person than in a picture.
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Q3 Art Reflection

I do not think I accomplished anything on my final drawing. This is because I did not have the same amount of time as the rest of the class. I think if I had the same amount of time that I would be finished my drawing and think I was successful. I would change the size of the paper. The bigger the canvas/paper the harder it is to capture your vision. 
I chose Jonathon Salvidar's drawing because I think it shows how hard he worked on it. He shows how he used all the techniques we learned in class and it shows he used his own skills.
I learned about the vanishing point and what angle to draw your objects.
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Q3 Art Reflection

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I feel like I did my ceiling half way right and I started of my window correctly. If I did this project again I would probably change my time management, I spent way too much time on one thing. I found Jonathan's drawing, I think his drawing is successful because he meets all of the requirements and he was almost finished. Plus it looks really nice. His drawing has the windows, table, chair, wall, and ceiling. I learned that is quit difficult. 

Q3 Art Reflection

1. I felt as if I accomplished a good portion of my drawing given that we weren't allowed to work on it outside of class, and didn't have much time. I tried very hard on making all of my lines straight, and connected to my vanishing point, to set a good base for the rest of my drawing. 

2. I would try and manage my time, by rather focusing on one part, to try to get a draft done first, and then worry about details later. 

3. I think Kaamil's drawing it really well done. His lines are dark, and all line up with the vanishing point. I also think his windows are done really nicely.

4. I learned from one point perspective how to make things appear closer or farther away, and then also bigger and smaller.  I also learned how to use the vanishing point. 


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Q3 Art Reflection, Gerveni

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I am very proud of my drawing because I spent a lot of time on this and I feel like this is one of the top drawing I've drew this year. If I could do this project again I would've used my time more wisely because I didn't get a lot done the first class. It would've been really helpful. I think Johnathan's drawing was successful. It met all the requirements, and he included lots of detail. I learned that it's not a simple task or skill, and it takes time to perfect your drawing.

Q3 Art Reflection

I feel like I accomplished the ceiling and generally neatness and precision in my final drawing because I made sure my horizontal lines are horizontal and that my vertical lines were as straight as possible. For my ceiling, I measured the distances between the horizontal lines and the ceiling line to make sure that the lines turn out straight.
I would pay a tiny bit less attention to detail and precision because that took a lot of my time.  I should've managed my time better since I ended up not having the chance to draw the windows. 
A drawing on the wall that I find successful is Lyle's because I know that during the class periods, he was always focused and working efficiently. His drawing incorporates all requirements and unlike other drawings, it is evident that he used a ruler to draw all of his lines and they can be traced back to his vanishing point.
I learned that when drawing in one point perspective, the first step is usually by drawing a small rectangle. The diagonal lines are called orthagonals and they must be able to be traced to the vanishing point. One point perspective makes your drawings look more realistic. 
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Q3 art reflection - Friend

I feel as though I did the tables and the right wall with the door on it correctly. Well at least better than the other parts of my drawing. If I could do this project over again I would spend more times on making the ceiling better. I would also do the windows on the wall better as well the window on the side. I would make the back windows a thicker and not as skinny and I would make the side window taller and thicker. In my opinion Lyle's was the most successful in red stream. All the lines were straight and He seemed to do all the tasks correctly. There is also a bunch of detail in his that makes it look just like the room. From this unit I learned that drawing in one point perspective is very difficult especially when the objects and structures have to be three dimensional. I also learned that in the real world there is no such thing as one point perspective.
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