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Re: perspective drawing

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Bicyclken
Wed, 28 Oct 1998 18:11:54 EST


In a message dated 98-10-28 16:59:42 EST, snykodym writes:

<< Hi, I'm using a friend's e-mail account to post this. Can any one give me
suggestions on how to make teaching perspective drawing more fun for the
students?
Tim >>

When I do perspective to my Art 1's I go through the preliminary discussions
of how to make One and Two Point persective boxes, and checkerboards. Then I
have them create cities of the future buy taking boxes and shpaes and
disecting them and adding new things. They begin to create with the
perpective shapes and make holes, towers, buildings etc. The final project is
drawn in pencil to coinside with a basic forms drawing earlier in the year.
Too bad I can't show you the slides but they come out very well.