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.
I feel like I completed the task. based on the rubric I am confident with my piece. If I could do this again, I wouldn't procrastinate. A sucessful drawing was like, Xaviers. I think it was successful because it shows one point perspective. I learned that one point perspective is very important.
- 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.
- 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
- 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.
- 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
- 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