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This week’s sketchbook assignment is to draw a house in 1-pt perspective.  This drawing is to be of a real house, and is also to be a value study (shaded) just like a normal sketchbook assignment.

Below are some examples of previous sketchbooks, and then below this a short video on drawing objects in 1-point perspective.  Then below that is the notes from today’s class. Unfortunately, I did them much neater period 5, but I wasn’t recording it, of course.

Remember – you must draw your house with one of the sides facing you, and then one side going off into the distance.  The second example is the best one, so pay extra attention to that one.

 

 

 

 

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Here are a few examples of next week’s sketchbook assignment.  Remember:  This is a VALUE STUDY – no line drawings will be given credit.  You must make at least a good attempt at shading your objects.  Also remember to read the instruction on the handout that I posted on this website at the beginning of the quarter!