This lesson follows on and
develops the theme of the previous lesson and intends to introduce the
notion that views may differ but structural elements of perspective (and
drawing) remain very similar.
The sketch pad,
HB pencil, ruler.
Prepare as in the previous lesson using the ruler
and HB pencil
Quarter the page as shown with diagonal light lines. Teacher should do
this on the chalkboard, then wait for the students to catch up. Add the
extra light lines. In this lesson we are again going to use only one vanishing
point (CVP) and it is in the certer of the page. Place in the lines approximately
Add the two extra light lines.
Firm in the lines shown.
Add the next series of horizontal light lines and the two extra radiating
lines. Give measurements of students are unsure about the position of the
horizontal lines as some students become nervous about mistakes - again
note to the student that all lines in this drawing are either horizontal,
vertical or radiate out from the center.
Firm in as shown.
Add the extra.
Now the vertical lines and the structure begins to take shape.
The essential 'structure' is done - now two horizontal lines show the pavement
Now for a little shading.
in the title add some light lines as shown to suggest windows - then firm
in when satisfied. Further shading and details can be completed at home. Homework:
Complete the drawing adding cars, pedestrians, heli-pads, more windows
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