One-Point Perspective Drawing

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Part A. Draw the inside of a room in one-point perspective and include the following:
• door
• window
• rug
• tile ceiling
• tv
• table
• bed
• wood floor
• skylight
Additional Criteria:
  • Please experiment first. Use newsprint to get you started.
  • Draw your interior room LIGHTLY with pencil.

Part B. How can color choices affect the depth of the room?

  • Using colored pencil, color the room, utilizing the power of warm and cool colors to help add to the feeling of depth in the room.
  • The choice of color should demonstrate a limited color palette and may or may not be realistic choice of color.
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