One point perspective 31/10/16

In this lesson, we focused on one point perspectives and how they show us more depth to the room than other types of drawings. We started off by drawing a picture of what we could see in the café when we were sat down and drawn it in one point perspective. This is what I done:


Self directed work: Following last weeks lesson drawing objects in primary observation, we were set another task to draw two more objects on A1 newsprint using charcoal.

Also, we had more self directed work to draw somewhere in our halls of residence in one point perspective so I decided to do the living room. I think after practising one point perspective as much as we have done, I feel more confident in how to make it look realistic and know where to put appropriate shadows.



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