Primary observation 24/10/16

Primary observation is a very useful skill to have so when you need to draw in detail of things in a space, you will be able to.

In this lesson we had to find an object around the building and draw it thinking of three point perspective and the use of tone, shadows and lighting involved as well. After only drawing the outline of mine I was told that I wasn’t drawing it thinking of three point perspective. I then zoomed in to a single part of the object (switch) and drawn that which looked slightly more 3D. 


Self directed work: we had to draw another two objects from our flat thinking of the same skills again.

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