- a. What do you feel like you accomplished with your final drawing? (keeping the rubric in mind. 20pts. - back wall, 20pts. side wall, 20pts. ceiling, 20pts. floor, 20pts. table/chair = 100pts.
- b. What would you change or differently if you could do this project again?
- c. Find a drawing on the wall that you think is successful. Describe it. Why is it successful?
- d. What did you learn about one point perspective?
I feel like i did a good job trying to accomplish what i needed to do. My back wall 15 because of no windows. The side walls are good because they have window but the door wasnt so good so like a 19. The ceiling deserve a 20 because i tried my best on that and i followed the rules. The others i aint have. Work on it more. One drawling i seen looked like they took their time on it and looked just like the example we used. I learned that the orthagonals were very important.
I feel like I accomplished a lot with my drawing. I make the ceiling, floor, back wall, windows, and a table and chair. I attempted to draw everything required. I would change this project by being given more instruction. I am one that works better with more guidance, but this project did help me to work more independently and work through any issues I came across myself. One drawing I found successful was one where the tables fit really nicely in the spacing of the room drawn. The sizing of all objects in the room seemed to be correct which made the overall drawing work. I learned a lot about one point perspective through this project. I learned how important orthogonal lines are and how they make the perspectives look accurate which completes the entire picture.
- I feel like I accomplished most of the requirements in the rubric. But, I am not content with my chairs and table. Also, I didn't draw the line on one side of my door straight.
- If I could do this project again, I would have to make sure that my lines are straight especially in my door and walls because it is noticeable when you look at it from a far distance.
- The drawing that I think is successful is the bottom one on the side wall beside the mosaic face drawing because the size of her walls, door, ceiling, floor, and furniture are so proportioned that the room looks very proportioned as well. Her drawing is also very easy to look at because everything is just very neat and well drawn.
- I learned a lot of things about one point perspective but the main thing that I learned is that as long as you lead your lines to the vanishing point on the horizon line and if you do it correctly, your drawing will look very realistic.
- I got the back wall, the side walls, ceiling (didn't get to draw anything on the tiles, though), floor, and three tables and chairs each. They are all present, but their "artistic quality" could be questioned.
- I would try my best to draw the actual features of it. Just the drawing that are on the wall and the tiles.
- I like the drawing that is colored in on the wall. Although it's not as proportional, the colors still make it pretty vibrant
- It's really difficult to handle. I can't stand it. But now I love it. It's something that i've adapted to and now I can make any picture look realistic with it.
- What do you feel like you accomplished with your final drawing? (keeping the rubric in mind. 20pts. - back wall, 20pts. side wall, 20pts. ceiling, 20pts. floor, 20pts. table/chair = 100pts.
- What would you change or do differently if you could do this project again?
- Find a drawing on the wall that you think is successful. Describe it. Why is it successful?
- What did you learn about one point perspective?