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.
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