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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Sister School Perspective Drawings

Our most recent Sister School project was to draw a room using one point perspective based only on a written description sent by a student from our sister school in Canada. Trying to draw a room that you have never seen based only on a written description is no easy task.

After the Apex students completed the drawings, we posted them on our Facebook page. Now the students in Canada have started posting actual photos of the rooms so our Apex artists can see how close they were!

Want to try it??

The room is of two walls that meet at offcente, left, to the middle. Where the walls meet there are two windows on both sides. the window go about a foot from the floor and right to the ceiling. They have two panels of shutters on each window that are white. In the corner there is a two person couch on the left wall. The couch is rounded and grass green. the legs are short and rounded wood. there are two pillows on the couch one is the same colour green the other is beige. over the sholders of the couch is a hexagonal, quilted, dark purple with white rimming each purple hexagon, blanket.

Room description : colour hot pink. Theme of the room : princess & butterflys , flowers in a vase .. white cubby and white bookshelf one little night table with a white lap on it pink princess dresser computer desk beside the window a little horse stick red fluffy , furry carpet a hamper hanging up from the ceilinghalf of a window and hot pink stero when you walk into the room : theres the bed in the middle of the room with a carpet right infront of it which is red and on the left is the tall bookshelf . right beside the bookshelf is the princess dresser . right above the bed is a flower vase with the hot pink stero beside it at the far corner is the computer desk with nick-nacks on it .

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