High School Art lesson: Cardboard Perspective Paintings // Art I
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Spooky Victorian Architecture done around Halloween. We learned about Edward Hopper's House by the Railroad painting and used it as our inspiration. Drawing with silver sharpie on black paper. We then cut it out carefully, and glued to an eerie (photo) scrapbook paper background of their choice. Can use with Gelli Arts to make background too!
War: A Personal Connection (A Level Art)
Some themes can be difficult to explore first-hand. Ruth gained 100% for her Edexcel A Level Art (Unit 3) Coursework project exploring War.
Tyler Burke's Collaged Cityscapes!
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A* GCSE Art Coursework: Sense of Place
This Edexcel GCSE Art Coursework project explores architectural spaces, daily life and routine. It was completed by Samantha Li and was awarded full marks.
Futuristic Perspective Drawing - Art Lesson Plan
Futuristic Perspective Art lesson plan for middle and high school students. Teach students one point and two point perspective through this lesson plan.
3 point perspective colored by cos22 on DeviantArt
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this is a 3 point perspective this gives the building more of a 3d look and more depth this is difficult if you don't know how to do 3 point drawings.
3-Point Perspective Exercise by tower015 on DeviantArt
Exercise on Three Point Perspectives. Again, the assignment read "draw a series of boxes above, below and at the horizon line" then, to mix it up, it wa... 3-Point Perspective Exercise
Learn 3 Point Perspective
A step up from one and 2 perspectives, you learn how to draw 3 point perspective just by finding the third vanishing point spaced between left and right vanishing points on the eye level.