one point perspective

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In this drawing, there is so many buildings that it seemed like i could really bethere looking at the vanishing point. it is pretty cool knowing that when you looks down, or at something, you are constantly seeing vanishing points.

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one point perspective

In this drawing, there were so many trees, that it really made you feel like you were there. Moving on, all the lines in the drawing went to the vanishing point, so it could be considered a one point perspective.. The thing that i liked the most about this drawing is that there are also some curves, that disobey the drawings rules, and that kind of flaared up the drawing a bit. The art piece is 974×637

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one point perspective

In this drawing, there was a rail track. I liked this drawing because it was out in nature, and how to horizon, and rim of the forest were both going to the same place. The drawing was also pretty cool, because it was so simple. The sive of this drawing is 800×1017
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Leaf

In my leaf drawing, i think that i did very good, with the shading. When i saw the drawing that Mr. Nelson had showed us, i got very discouraged, and i di not think that i could do very good at this, but when i attempted to draw my fig tree leaf, i started at the stem, and i went around the plants perimeter, i had a bit of confidence, and the picture turned out pretty well.

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one point perspective

A one point perspective is something that is viewed when looking at, or in other words, made the way that you would see it happening when you look in on something.

I like this painting because it looks like an alternate universe, with everything flying. It was a cool drawing because it looked like the heavens, and gives a person a glance of a so called “heaven”. In this painting, i also liked the bright colors.
Artist – Melozzo da Forlì
Marco Mellozzo was another name for himself
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Pietro Perugino
I liked this painting because of all the people in the drawing. It really makes it seem like i am in the picture. Another thing that i thought was cool, was the fact that the painter of this drawing was able to give so much shape to each person. 800×506
Raphel was his student

Leonardo da Vinci
The last supper is one of the most famous painting is the world, because it is so old, and it is a very religious painting, because it portays jesus as he gives himself up to death. Leonardo do Vinci was the painter of the Monna Lisa. 29×15 feet. paint

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Pen and Ink

When I was sketching my drawing with a pencil, I decided that I did a good job with the general outline. I got the church, the trees, and the surrounding detail. I think that i could have done a bit better with the bush and gate at the bottom of the page. Next, i started using the pen and ink to shade, and cross-hetch. On the left side of the page, were i started with the drawing, i made the lines very sloppily, and as i moved to the right, i began to get good at the pen and ink, and i was able to make the roof of my church look real, and make the tree at the right look decent. After i finished putting in the minor details, i erased all my pencil markes. I nthink that i did pretty well with the building, but i could have done a lot better on the point of the church.

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Pen and Ink3

Franklin Booth
I liked this drawing, because there is so much detail. In the clouds, people re being formied into them, and it gives the drawing a mysterious backround. I like how the tree is drawn, because it is kind of swirled as the bark goes up, andd everything looks really good. Many of Booth’s Paintings had key roles in The Golden Age of America. This painting is 229” by 300”.

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Pen and Ink drawing 2

Aurthur Rackham
Pen and Ink
I liked this pen and ink drawing, because it was filled with detail, and was really bizarre. I though5t that i looked like something that you would find in a Disney movie, and i liked the fact that the color did not overwhelm the lines in the drawing. Aurthur Rackham illistrated such books as rip van Winkle, and peter pan.

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Pen and Ink Drawing

Kandy Radzinski
8.5” x 11”
Pen and Ink
I liked this drawing, because it was really filled with detail, and the dog looked really real. I also found the dog to look living, instead of being a cardboard cut out. I think that this peice was meaningful to me because each pen stroke added a slight amount of detail.
Illistrated her first children’s book in 1992 called lullaby.

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Still life

During this still life drawing, I think that I did very poorly. I felt like I should have re-done the drawing, because I messed up on the shapes in the drawing. Instead of drawing individual shapes, I drew the object as a whole. When I look my drawing over, I think that I did a good job with the volume, but I was not able to fill the entire page. I think that next time I will need to fill the entire page. To do this, I will start at one side of the page, and then draw the main object on the opposite side of the page, so I do not need to create a wide gap between the end of my drawing, and the end of my page. I also think that next time I will want to not out line in bold, because it makes the scetch look worse, because it gives the shape no freedom.

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