One point perspective

The one point perspective drawing came out really well and the details involved show up real good. Even the vanishing point still plays a role on to specifically where the intersecting lines meet up. Thus, if you were to compare the sides of the picture they would meet up on exactly one point and one line. I would say the shadows also exemplify great detail for the picture. Although some of the furniture and walkways are not present, the drawing still represents a similar picture of how the Brophy hallway looks like.

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Chapel drawing

Overall, the previous posts of the chapel have been successful in every way. The outline and the details give flare to the final composition. With this amazing drawing, I wonder whats going through the minds of the viewers? Enjoy!

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One Point Perspective #3

Artist: Gale McLarry

Title: Stuck Up Bull

Dimension: One Point Perspective

Media: Oil on Canvas

Why I Chose it: The reson I chose this drawing is because it’s humorous and creatively drawn when it comes to one point perspective. In other words, the shows humor on the basis of a bull that looks pretty mad in my opinion and then with that are two random people sitting on the fence who seem to be in love with each other. Lastly, is how creative the work is when it comes to working with a very limiting style of drawing such as one point perspective.

What I plan to emulate and integrate: What I plan to get out of this drawing is a sense of creativity towards one point perspective. Another reason is extracting the curiosity involved with drawings such as these.

Information on the artist: Gale Mclarry has large portions of his art on display and sale at a famous gallery known as the Mclarry Fine Arts Center.

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One Point Perspective #2

Artist: Stephanie C.

Title: Childs Elementary School

Dimension: one point perspective

Media of each work: crayon and highlighter.

Why I chose it: The reason I chose this drawing as my second one point perspective entry is because it exemplifies simplicity and personal experience. First of all, is the fact that the picture has immense simplicity and yet fits all attributes needed to be accounted as a one point perspective drawing. Secondly, is that that it does provide some personal background to how we’ve lived our lives. Additionally, is how the picture of a mere hallway can open barriers of imagination when it comes to education and our reflections on that experience.

What I plan to emulate and integrate: What I plan to emulate and integrate with this drawing is setting a base for how I can imagine a one point perspective drawing. Moreover, is establishing simplicity that enables imagination to combine with that simplicity and thus creating a great work of art.

Information on the artist: Not much is found on the artist, but one very interesting fact is that the artist is a 6th grade girl.

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One Point Perspective #1

Artist: Okumura Masanobu

Tiltle: Diversion and Delights form the Floating World

Dimension: One point perspective

Media of ecah work: Hand colored woodwork

Why I chose it: The reason I chose this drawing as my one point perspective picture is because it represents the characterzation of how a one point perspective should look like. Obviously, the story and details behind the drawing give a rich historical background that you can play with depending on your imagination. But, most of all, is the amazing intensity included when looking at the picture. Even as a one point perspective drawing, it gives immense color, contrast, and detail.

What attributes of the reference do I plan to emulate and integrate. Well, according to the contrast and detail already evident in the drawing I hope to use the picture to guide my works of art whe it comes to figuring out the right traits of one point perspective. Although, the complextiy of the art is rather difficult to understand it still provides a very basic source of reference when referring to professionally drawn one point perspective drawings.

Information on the artist: Okumura Masanbura drew this one point perspective drawing during 1753 and at the time materials neccessary for drawing perfect one point perspective is rather impressive.

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Chapel work #2

 As the work progresses it seems to me that the quality of the drawing is going to get better. Moreover, is the detailed shades that may not cover tons of space but do provide contrast. In conclusion, once the core of the picture is drawn out then the final composition will look great.

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Chapel work #1

The overall condition of the drawing is going well and the outlines exemplify the details involved when actually looking at the chapel. In addition, is how the work may look once the curves and the religious figures are added.

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Pen and Ink

 Alright, this is my final composition regarding my Grid Project. It took an overall of four days to finally come up with this artwork. This was a good, successful project because I followed the rubric and personally, the details involved with my drawing exemplify great contrast and imagination. Additionally, is the very little amount of damage or failure caused on my picture. In fact, there’s hardly even any fades, uneccessary marks, spills, nor misconception with the drawing at all. In conclusion, the project was definitely a success and great example for usage in any possible contests!

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Grid Project #1

 For the time being, this is how the progression of my grid project is going. Although it may seem as if there’s a glare or orange type of fade on the bottom right-hand corner, it’s just the camera on my toshiba acting wierd.

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Still Life Drawing/synopsis

 Alright, this current drawing is the actual picture on how my still life looks like. When determining the overall quality of the shades and the lining I believe the details pop out quite well. As a result, this allows me to contrast between the different objects and thus enabling them to show maximum detail. How the still life was approached is rather complex. I wanted to give the maximum contrast between the light objects and the dark objects by lightly giving shades. Basically, the norm was that the lighter something is then the quality should differ from the rest of the drawings. Theoretically, it gave my picture a well-grounded difference in determinig the objects position, contrast, darkness, and above all the quality of the finished work of art.

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