I am doing something similar. Ihave been taking photographs in the city near
the school. They are all of buildings from corner views. After doing an
example/demonstration, the students are going to find the vanishing points
and horizon line in the photographs with tracing paper over the top of the
photo. Then we are going to change the scale and draw them LARGE!
Aaron and Jennifer wrote:
> When I did recently did two-point perspective, I related the technique > with architecture. After a few basic lessons, the students designed their > own house. We looked at traditional examples of homestyles and some > non-traditional ones, such as Frank Llyod Wright. It worked out okay, > considering over half my students were suspended at the time. > Jennifer in Michigan