This quarter in art, I feel as though it went subsequently okay. I feel as though I accomplished drawing a straight line, and improved my art drawing skills. If I could do this project again, I would get a different perspective for the whole thing. I think based off her picture, Yafang's drawing was really successful because her drawing is perfectly centered and captures the room perfectly. One point perspective, I learned is really diifficult, and also makes so many drawings really 3D.
I think I did pretty good job on the final drawing. I followed directions, but struggled a little. I feel I should get a A. I would fact that I struggles on the ceiling and should have added more to my drawing. I think Olivia Cooper's drawing is really good. She followed the directions and showed much detail. I learned that drawing is not just based on what you see, but based on how you see it.
- I think I had done pretty good job on the drawing. I followed directions, other than the table. I feel I should get a A.
- I would change the table, and add more detail to the drawing.
- I think Taytiana V's drawing is really good. She followed the direction.
- I learned that what I used to draw was wrong, because that I actually draw the 3D shapes like cube, in parallel lines.
I am really proud of my final drawing. I struggled with the ceiling tiles and I think that through all of my hardships, they turned out nicely. I learned that one point perspective is literally drawing things how you see them. If I were to do this project over again, I would probably have done more tables and chairs. I honestly think that Sydnye's final drawing was amazing. It's really widespread and extremely detailed. I like that.
I feel like I accomplished learning some patience and focus, I don’t spend time working on the same thing, I like to rush, this project asked me to slow down which allowed me to work to my fullest. I wish if I did this again I would spend more time working with details then on the actual walls, I would’ve liked to have detailed the ceilings and done some chairs. I didn’t see any on the wall but I know Wes’s was really good because when you looked it everything was proportional and it looked really 3D. I learned a lot about point perspective, I didn’t even know what a point perspective was. I learned a lot about how to work with horizon lines and how much spacing means in art.
a) I feel that I accomplished the side wall with the window the best and I really like it compared to everything else.
b) I would change the wall facing towards you because it is a bit big.
c) I really like Syndye's drawing. She made the wall facing towards the door leading towards outside and with the sinks. It was successful because how descriptive it was.
d) What I learn from the one point perspective drawing is that the drawing looks a lot better with a vanishing point.
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With my final project I accomplished stabilizing my motor skills, which I found to be a challenge going into this project. Over the course of the final drawing I found I was able to steady my ruler better with concentration and the fact that 100 points where on the line.
If I where to to it again, I would protect my paper better so I wouldn't have to start over. I would also like to add more detail to my floor area.
One drawing I a saw was a perfect representation of the room with every single detail. It was perfect angle wise and as an artistic remake of our room.
I learned that with one point perspective, everything goes to one point of the paper and nowhere else.
I felt happy because I finished it, I handed it in on time and I did what was expected. For example, I did the wall, the ceiling, the side walls, floor, tables and chairs. I would take my time and do it because I procrastinated a bit to much. As, I looked at someone poster, I noticed that their poster was detailed and nice looking. What I learned about one point perspective is it makes every thing easier.
1. & 2. I feel that overall I scored a 90 out of 100 (outstanding!), and I say that because half of the 20 points for perspective I lost because my drawing is sort of two point perspective. I feel that in terms of what I accomplished I feel that I learned a lot about drawing one-point perspective and gained a better understanding about space.
3. I think Sydnye's drawing is very successful, because she fitted the details into the one-point perspective PERFECTLY. I think she had the whole layout on point.
4. I learned that rarely ever are there exceptions from the one point perspective rule of ''all diagonal lines go to the vanishing point''.
1. I have accomplished drawing the walls, ceiling, windows, and floor. I understood those, but I had a very hard time with the door on the right wall, the table & stool. The ceiling was a little tricky but that was because my box was a little bit off, when I fixed that then my wall came out better. The table was the biggest problem, I should have drawn it closer to the back wall.
2. If I could do this project differently then I would draw the door on the right wall better. The 3D was off. Also, I would fix my perspective of the table. It should be more looked at from the top.
3. Luis was successful because his table is closer to the back wall, his ceiling has a good allusion, and his door is correctly drawn. He did a better job than me, and I can learn from him and fix my mistakes.
4. In a one point perspective drawing you have to always have all your lines going to the vanishing point. If not then, the allusion would be ruined and your drawing will look funny. Your drawing would be incorrect. The vanishing point makes things look 3D, like the room. Your vanishing point is what helped make everything in your drawing look slanted, but it made the drawing look like you were actually looking in the room, at the back wall.