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Mr James

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From Above - One Perspective Buildings

PERSPECTIVE ART YOU WILL NEED: A plain piece of paper A sharp pencil A ruler A rubber Watch the video carefully and follow the steps to compete the example. I would recommend pausing the video at certain points to make sure you are doing it right. KEY TIPS: - Keep your ruler at the same angle as you draw the lines down for the floors. Once you've drawn your original shape, place the ruler on the line drawn and drag it down to draw the next line - don't place it on randomly. - Draw lightly; you can always go over it darker and it is easier to rub out. - You may want to go over it in a fine liner to make it POP at the end, if you wish. CHALLENGE - Choose different building shapes for the top, for example, triangle, pentagon, trapezium (don't go too high with side numbers - this will make it very tricky and have lots of lines) Please share your Building Perspective artwork, with an artist statement (see examples for artist statements). To respond to the task on Seesaw, you may pick one option: 1. Make a video of yourself showing your artwork, and speaking an artist statement 2. Take a picture of your artwork, and voice record your voice speaking an artist statement 3. Choose "drawing" :draw: as your response type, then take a picture of your artwork, and type an artist statement as an extra page. Upload it to Seesaw when you are done

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, Art
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Watch my video to learn how to create this project. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDpCmOPnRFU