The artist will use three vanishing points to create the illusion of seeing the letters of their name in three-dimensions from above on a two-dimensional plane.
Color Scheme: A grouping of similar or like colors from the color wheel used in a work of art (Ex. Warm colors, cool colors, primary colors, secondary colors, monochromatic, etc.).
Assignment: Student must draw their name in three-point perspective. Student will color the letters using a color scheme. (Ex. Warm colors, cool colors, primary colors, secondary colors, monochromatic, etc.)
- Complete the 3-Point Worksheet on the back of this direction sheet during class to demonstrate your plan for your idea.
- Get Worksheet checked by Mr. Shipley
- On your good white paper draw the beginning three-point perspective box from the worksheet. HINT: ALL lines should be drawn using a ruler!!!!!
- Draw the other letters between the converging lines in three-point perspective.
- HINT: Draw lightly to make erasing easier in the next steps.
- Color your letters using a color scheme of your choice.
- Finish with markers
3 PT Perspective Practice slideshow