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1-Point Perspective Assignment-

You will learn to draw a one-point perspective.

Here some examples I took from the web site: https://educationcloset.com/2018/04/01/3-ways-to-teach-1-point-perspective/

You can watch and modify the example in your one way. Make it fun! Color and shade your perspective to make your drawing real. You can use graphic design with your computer or apps.

Turn in your assignment online, to my email if did not do it before.

Goals

One Point-perspective it makes your drawing look more realistic.

Once you know the rules, it can be applied to anything you draw.

It touches upon many Elements of Art: Line, Space, Value, Shape, and Form

It offers you an opportunity to challenge yourself by learning a two-point perspective, three-point perspective, or above.

You will use a ruler, with measures and the other mathematical concepts like parallel lines, shapes, forms, measuring, and use of tools.

Begin with a one-point perspective.

In order to draw in perspective, you need 1 or 2 things: a vanishing point and a horizon line.

Once you have an understanding of a one-point perspective, then you can expand into more complex concepts.

Step 1

Learning vocabulary

Two new words you learn and meaning:

Vanishing Point: The place where something moves so far away from your view that it just vanishes. If it is a road, with parallel lines, it is finally where they vanish creating the illusion of them intersecting.

Horizon Line: Represents the viewer’s eye level or where the sky meets the water or land. When inside, it could be where the wall meets the floor.

Step 2

Draw :

Horizon Line first and Vanishing Point on the horizon line.

You GOT IT!!!

Step 3

Choose your Art Project.

One Point Perspective Designs: The Bird’s Eye Buildings, Landscape, and Room

There are 3 specific designs that I taught in March to my students using a one-point perspective. After they practice have learned how to make basic sketches of perspective,  choose one of these 3 designs, we looked at examples of how other artists have used these basic concepts and have added their own creativity to the process. Students then create a work of art of their own using one of the designs covered and their art supply or process of choice.

Here some examples I took from the web site:

https://educationcloset.com/2018/04/01/3-ways-to-teach-1-point-perspective/

You can watch and modify the example in your one way. Make it fun! Color and shade your perspective to make your drawing real. You can use graphic design with your computer or apps.

 

Turn in your assignment online, to my email if did not do it before.

Have fun drawing and be safe!

Ms. Paola Piazzi

MA Visual Art Teacher

rubric to grade your project

Assessment

Category

 

 A :  

High Quality

10 pts

B

Competent

8 pts

C : Emerging Competence

7 pts

  D: Competence not evident

 6 pts

 

Follow directions

 

 

 

 

 

Originality Creative not common

 

 

 

 

 

Use more than 3 colors

 

 

 

 

 

Overall Quality craftsmanship

 

 

 

 

 

Finished with questions

 

 

 

 

 

 Total

 

 

 

 

Pts______

 

Grade______

 

 

30 pts D                 35 pts C                40 pts B                 50 pts   A

One point perspective lesson plan

This is a lesson posted on a Calendar 

You will learn to draw a one-point perspective.

Here some examples I took from the web site: https://educationcloset.com/2018/04/01/3-ways-to-teach-1-point-perspective/

You can watch and modify the example in your one way. Make it fun! Color and shade your perspective to make your drawing real. You can use graphic design with your computer or apps.

Turn in your assignment online, to my email if did not do it before.

Goals

One Point-perspective it makes your drawing look more realistic.

Once you know the rules, it can be applied to anything you draw.

It touches upon many Elements of Art: Line, Space, Value, Shape, and Form

It offers you an opportunity to challenge yourself by learning a two-point perspective, three-point perspective, or above.

You will use a ruler, with measures and the other mathematical concepts like parallel lines, shapes, forms, measuring, and use of tools.

Begin with a one-point perspective.

In order to draw in perspective, you need 1 or 2 things: a vanishing point and a horizon line.

Once you have an understanding of a one-point perspective, then you can expand into more complex concepts.

Step 1

Learning vocabulary

Two new words you learn and meaning:

Vanishing Point: The place where something moves so far away from your view that it just vanishes. If it is a road, with parallel lines, it is finally where they vanish creating the illusion of them intersecting.

Horizon Line: Represents the viewer’s eye level or where the sky meets the water or land. When inside, it could be where the wall meets the floor.

Step 2

Draw :

Horizon Line first and Vanishing Point on the horizon line.

You GOT IT!!!

Step 3

Choose your Art Project.

One Point Perspective Designs: The Bird’s Eye Buildings, Landscape, and Room

There are 3 specific designs that I taught in March to my students using a one-point perspective. After they practice have learned how to make basic sketches of perspective,  choose one of these 3 designs, we looked at examples of how other artists have used these basic concepts and have added their own creativity to the process. Students then create a work of art of their own using one of the designs covered and their art supply or process of choice.

Here some examples I took from the web site:

https://educationcloset.com/2018/04/01/3-ways-to-teach-1-point-perspective/

You can watch and modify the example in your one way. Make it fun! Color and shade your perspective to make your drawing real. You can use graphic design with your computer or apps.

 

Turn in your assignment online, to my email if did not do it before.

Have fun drawing and be safe!

Ms. Paola Piazzi

MA Visual Art Teacher