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Q3 Art Reflection

2015-04-10
I think I was successful in at least accomplishing a good view of one point perspective. I didn't finish, considering I don't have side walls or anything finished on the floor. 
I would probably work harder, and try to actually finish if I could redo the entire project. I'd also draw lighter, and take my time in making sure everything is straight and neat. I just want it to look better. 
I think the only colourful one was really successful- they even made theirs colourful and everything is neat and nice and pretty. The one point perspective looks nice overall. 
 I learned that one point perspective is used a lot in design of floor plans, and just like- making areas of space for things to happen.
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"Q3 Art Reflection"

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I feel like I have accomplished my work and the most important parts into my drawing such as the ceiling and the rectangle I drew. I also feel like that I can see my artwork in a different perspective now then before, when I use the vanishing point too. It looks a lot better then before. If I would change this project again then I would change the way the ceiling looks, make it more detailed as well same as the door, and the window. I really like Sam's artwork because it is really detailed on how you look at it from a distance, you can see everything like in reality at his drawing and the windows are really detailed and have the same exact portrait then in the classroom right now. It's successful because of the way it looks it's like so modest and based especially the tables and chairs. The way it looks, 
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Q3 Art Reflection

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The things I accomplished was mostly floors and ceilings. I feel like those were the two things that I did the best on, and I learned the most about. If I could change something, or do anything differently, it's most likely that I would make a more detailed back wall. I didn't finish that wall, and I think that I could have made it much better if I had gotten it done. A drawing I think was very successful was successful because had very good perspective. It also had details on each wall, even if that wall wasn't finished. The back windows were well drawn, since they didn't look as thin as paper, but they also were thinner than the rest of the wall. What I learned about one point perspective was how to make shapes have perspective with the use of orthogonal lines.
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Q3 Art Reflection

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​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.
  • 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.
B. What would you change or differently if you could do this project again?
  • I would try my best to draw the actual features of it. Just the drawing that are on the wall and the tiles.
C. Find a drawing on the wall that you think is successful. Describe it. Why is it successful?
  • I like the drawing that is colored in on the wall. Although it's not as proportional, the colors still make it pretty vibrant
D. What did you learn about one point perspective?
  • 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.
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Q3 Art Reflection

  • 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.
I feel like I accomplished most of the requirements but am unsatisfied with my chair and back windows. Also, I didn't draw a door which I feel is essential in a room.
  • What would you change or do differently if you could do this project again?
I would have wanted to use my time more efficiently so I would have the opportunity to fulfill all of the requirements to my satisfaction. Maybe I could have created a schedule for me to organize my time because we were given a good amount of time, there was just a lot to do.
  • Find a drawing on the wall that you think is successful. Describe it. Why is it successful?
I thought a drawing on the far left side of the room is successful. The artist's stool is well defined but crooked. The artist justifies them-self by saying, "The stool I was modeling my drawing after was crooked." I appreciate the artist's dedication to draw what they see, even if it looks odd.
  • What did you learn about one point perspective?
I learned that the diagonal lines from your vantage point to the edge of your shape are called orthogonals. I learned how to create a 3D shape in 1 point perspective! I enjoyed drawing my initials and then making them 3D with orthogonals and vertical lines.
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Q3 Art Reflection // Chernowski

  • 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.
I feel like I accomplished everything on my final drawing that was on the rubric. However I think I could have made my walls more eye catching by adding more details such as the paintings and the clocks, little things essentially.

  • b. What would you change or differently if you could do this project again?
If I did this project again I would not necessarily change things on a large scale, but instead focus on the details. For example I would add the things on the walls and would erase the unnecessary lines and make my final lines darker.

  • c. Find a drawing on the wall that you think is successful. Describe it. Why is it successful?
One drawing I found successful was the one on the far left of the room. It contained all the necessary requirements, and I liked where the table was placed. The artist decided to put the table not exactly in the middle, but slightly to the right. They also put the stool to the left of the table. This brings out my artistic knowledge and I start thinking that they placed the table and stool that way to catch the viewer's eyes. One thing I learned in my 8th grade Art Class last year was placement significance, so I liked that I could connect my past knowledge with this piece. 

  • d. What did you learn about one point perspective?
I took lessons about one point perspective before, but I still learned new things. I learned that the lines that connect to the view point were called Orthogonals. I also learned how to, in a sense, graduate from doing a flat perspective drawing in a room. I learned how to make doors, windows, and frankly anything pop out in a more 3D fashion. 
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Q3 Art Reflection

  • 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.
The most that I accomplished/finished would be one side wall the ceiling back wall and part of a table and chairs. I could not complete another side wall, which was disappointment. I feel the best work was my table and back wall.
  • b. What would you change or differently if you could do this project again?
I would work faster considering how far I got but I think everything else looks good. I bet part of my drawing is crooked and that is something I definitely need to work on, but that is minor compared to other parts.
  • c. Find a drawing on the wall that you think is successful. Describe it. Why is it successful?
Right below and a bit to the left of Ms. Hull's mural thingy, a beautiful drawing caught my eye. Everything in the drawing is expertly done, two walls were made, the room looks professional. All that really makes a successfuldrawing as it fulfilled all parts in a tasteful manner.
  • d. What did you learn about one point perspective?
Orthogonals, lots of them. Also remember everything is parallel or perpendicular in space so just keep that in mind. If you have a one point, focus on that point and if one line is crooked the whole drawing could be thrown off. 
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Q3 Art Reflection

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  • a. What do you feel like you accomplished with your final drawing?  
  • After finishing the final drawing, I feel like a accomplish something that I could have not done when I first attended this class. I understand how to draw the perspective now in 3d correctly instead of 2d.

  • b. What would you change or differently if you could do this project again?
  • If I could do this project again, I would add more details such as more tables and chairs and color it.

  • c. Find a drawing on the wall that you think is successful. Describe it. Why is it successful?
  • I believe the drawing Sam did was successful because it is well drawn with neat lines and all the line meets the vanishing point. It has lines that are light and some shading that make the picture smoothing and nice to look. 

  • d. What did you learn about one point perspective?
  • I learned that one point perspective is fun and that if you want it to look right, you need a vanishing point and you have to use your eyes to make sure the line are straight and parallel to the line across.
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Q3 Art Reflection

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I finished my ceiling, part of my floor, part of a side wall, a table in the middle.  I would choose to draw a different wall if I could do this again.  The drawing I think is successful has color and multiple objects on all parts of the room.  It has neat and straight lines, and looks unique.  I learned one point perspective is very straight forward, but that it still is challenging and takes practice.  I also learned that if I work, that I could be able to draw complex things I did not think I could.

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Q3 Art Reflection

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I feel like I accomplished everything required in the project. The only thing that wasn't quite correct would be the table, because that was two point perspective. That would be what I would change if I were to do the project all over again. Draw decent tables.

There's one drawing that I really like. It has everything on the walls, details outside of the windows, and is in color. I think this one in particular was successful because they got far enough into the project to add details such as color and a sun outside.

This unit taught me about orthogonal lines. I never knew those existed, and how important they can be in one point perspective.
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Lisa Kang Q3- Advanced Art

This quarter, I explored different kinds of artwork; from india ink, abstract art to basic shapes. Most of the artwork this quarter was focussed on the process of drawing rather than trying to create a super detailed or intricate drawing. These art works were the value, basic shapes and animal shapes. The pieces that I enjoyed the most was the abstract drawing and india ink because they're really different from the other pieces. The abstract drawing did not even feel like I was doing a lot of work because I find myself drawing random things all the time and I was able to do that but create something more meaningful. I did not really have a theme this quarter in my work but I learned a lot and I can feel my art skills improving.
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Q3 Art Project

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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.
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Q3 ART REFLECTION?

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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Donesha Lee Q3 Artwork Portfolio

​Artist Statement

During this quarter I have made 6 pieces of art I could not be more proud of. I was able to experiment my skills with "Indian Ink", draw a beautiful owl, and create eye popping illusions. It has been a very interesting quarter. I have created everything "free hand", which is a huge accomplishment. I was even given the chance to play with shadowing techniques. It was truly an eye opening experience this quarter.  Throughout this quarter I was able to express myself using many more mediums. It could very challenging, however, the finishing products came out very well. However, I would say that as an artist in "A" band's class I still represented myself through my artwork. Every artist has their own style, and I think I've improved my skill set during this quarter.
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Quarter 3 Advanced Art A1

In this quarter we were assigned various art pieces to recreate each week. Within these weeks we learned about the history behind the art we were going to visually create. I enjoyed designing each piece of art in a way that I felt was original for me. This quarter allowed me to test my limits because I know that Im not the best artist but believing that it was my best and knowing that it was allowed me to become confident with my work. 
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Q3 Art Reflection

1. I feel that I did pretty well on my drawing. I did not finish the whole room, but I finished the required parts. I think my details were pretty accurate and my drawing was as realistic as I could have done. 
2. I would try to work faster so I could finish more of the room. Other than that, nothing.
3. One of the drawings looks really accurate and the details are amazing. I like that one.
4. I learned a lot! Before, I would never have been able to draw something 3D - I wouldn't have known where to start. Now, that has totally changed. I can now draw simple things in 3D. Thank you, Ms. Hull!
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Lauren Thomas Q3 Art

The reason I create art is to express myself. Even though the art may not be something amazing or profound, it is something I am proud of and happy that I created. When I look at my art, I see myself being reflected. This quarter I fell in love with painting my self portrait. I enjoyed using a new media (India Ink) and it was super fun to use and paint with. I wanted to paint more self portraits because I enjoyed making my first one so much. I create what I love and I have to be happy with what I create. I feel that my self portrait is the best thing I created this quarter; it shows a complex image in a simplistic way with an artistic attitude and a new media. 
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Adam Feliciano - Q3 Student Art Portfolio

During the third quarter art class, students had a series of tasks to complete. These tasks were creating a water color, drawling a metamorphosis, creating a mosaic, designing a coat of arms picture and creating a wire sculpture. For my water color, I chose to use all the basic colors in a contrasting pattern to signify the beauty of combining numerous amounts of colors. For my metamorphosis, I decided to show a transition of an acorn transforming into a bumble bee. When creating my mosaic, I wanted to focus on designing something simple and clean. I achieved this successfully be creating a car. For my coat of arms, I chose to use the colors blue and red to represent the good and bad times I had with my advisory. Lastly, to the best of my ability, I try to design a telescope for my wire sculpture. I chose to create a telescope because it represents me looking into my future and striving to achieve my long term goals in life.
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Q3 Art Reflection!!!!!

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.

 

 
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Q3 Art Reflection

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. 

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Q3 Art Reflection - Gavin Lane

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''.


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Q3 Art Reflection

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.
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Q3 reflection

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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.
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Q3 Art Reflection (T.Harper)

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Personally, after completing this very difficult project I think that I should receive the following points. 18 Points on my back wall, 17 points on the side wall. 19 Points for my ceiling, 17 points for my floor and 18 points for my table/chair. I think I should receive an 89 our of 100 points. 

I would redo my entire room. Changing the wall I decided. I decided to do the wall right wall with the windows. I would instead do the front wall where the boards are located. I would also redo the the table location. Instead of doing the bigger table I would do more smaller tables. 

The drawing I picked was Tatiana Reams. I think it came out really well. I think it was neat, not with many eraser marks and is very detailed. Everything was in its place and If I had to grade it I would probably give it a high grade. She also completed the full project. Did everything that was asked of her. 

I learned many things like how to even draw. I could not even draw as well as I could and now being able to draw an entire room. I think that's sick. I also learned more about vanishing points of how and where to draw the lines and everything. It was also clear how to make three denominational shapes.  
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