I can use One-Point Perspective in my art
What is one-point perspective? A drawing method that shows how things appear to get smaller as they get further away, meeting up towards a single vanishing point on the horizon line.
Let's get started!
coloring supplies (crayons, colored pencils, markers or paint)
Step One: Using a pencil draw a horizon line with a dot in the middle. The dot is your one-point perspective.
Starting at the dot, draw a line to each corner of your paper.
Draw trees and buildings on each side.
Step Four: Trace everything with your sharpie. Erase any unwanted pencil lines and add details. Remember Craftsmanship!
Step Five: Make sure any pencil lines that you don't want are erased. Now you can color your picture using your choice of supply. I used colored pencils. What will you use?
Don't forget to email me your finished art!
Thank you to Deep Space Sparkle for the lesson!