Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Sketchbook Assignment 4: Choose 1 of the 5 one-point perspective thumbnails and draw a larger version & Choose 1 of the two-point perspective thumbnail and draw a larger version Due: Tuesday Sept, 13th at the beginning of class

Assignment 4 continues our understanding of 1 and two point perspective drawing and using a thumbnail as a reference to make a larger drawing.


In your sketchbook draw 5 thumbnail drawings of 1 point perspective (each thumbnail should be in different positions relative to 'you' the observer). Make sure to include the eye level, vanishing point(s), and the extended "dotted" lines of your boxes angles vanishing to the vanishing point(s) in each drawing. Choose one thumbnail drawing and draw a larger version (at least 3 times the size) directly below the thumbnail ***Use the small thumbnail as a reference (without the eye level and vanishing points). An example is below.





Next, make 5 thumbnail drawings of 2 point perspective. (each thumbnail should be in different positions relative to 'you' the observer). Don't forget to include the vanishing point(s), and the extended "dotted" lines of your boxes angles vanishing to the vanishing point(s) in each drawing.  Choose one thumbnail drawing and draw a larger version (at least 3 times the size) directly below the thumbnail ***Use the small thumbnail as a reference (without the eye level and vanishing points). An example is below.

  An example of 2 point perspective is below.

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