In this exercise you will be generating a series of one-point perspective drawings of you model. In a one-point perspective all planes that are perpendicular to your line of sight are drawn as if in elevation, and the horizontal edges of planes that are parallel to your line of sight will converge at a single vanishing point.
This process will allow you to place yourself inside the spaces. Below are a few pointers for getting started.
Choose three positions in your model to illustrate in one-point perspective. Unlike the images shown above you will be constructing your perspectives in freehand, without the use of equipment with straightedges.
Start off drawing in pencil. Draw the back wall of the space. If there are openings in the back wall, draw them. The back wall will look like an elevation drawing. Continue following the steps above.
Once you have blocked out the drawing in pencil, and you have made any necessary corrections, trace the drawing in black ink. Use white trace paper or another white paper that you can see through. Scan your final drawings. Upload the drawings to your Google Drive folder.
Your model will be assessed on: