Drawing Class II: Perspective Drawing II

For this assignment, we were supposed to branch out a little and try either two- or three-point perspective. I went with two-point. Here it is. Think wild west, or ghost town.

Perspective Drawing II Sarah Brown ARTS 311

I’m almost 100% certain that my proportions and my perspective are 100% accurate, because I slaved over this drawing for 5 hours. I just can’t help thinking that something’s missing from the drawing, though…. Is it too perfect? Should the buildings and the wagon be more broken down? Does it need more shading or contrast? I was going for high noon, though, so there shouldn’t be much shading, right? I’m not sure–what do you think?

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One Reply to “Drawing Class II: Perspective Drawing II”

  1. Hi Sarah, I like your perspective drawing! I think you are right. . . in real life, things are not quite so symmetrical. For example, the corners of buildings are a little more rounded, and wooden things tend to look “weathered”. Grass grows up around objects and inbetween cracks. But for the most part, it’s a very nice picture. Good job! ~Mom

    On Wed, Jun 29, 2016 at 12:13 PM, Sarah E. Brown wrote:

    > Sarah E. Brown posted: “For this assignment, we were supposed to branch > out a little and try either two- or three-point perspective. I went with > two-point. Here it is. Think wild west, or ghost town. I’m almost 100% > certain that my proportions and my perspective are 100% ” >

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