Interior Space Perspective Drawing

You are to invent or record some kind of interior space.  This could be a hallway or a room.  It may be a real place, such as the hall outside of my classroom, the room you are sitting in, or a room from your home.  Or, it may be an invented space, like a fantasy dungeon, the bridge of a starship, etc.

This space is to be rendered three-dimensional using One-Point Perspective.  You are to use a single horizon line in order to make everything in your image appear to have a sense of depth.  Your image should have a total of 10 different structures that use the vanishing point.  “Structures” could include any of the following:  doors, hallways, signs, posters, windows, pit traps, furniture, clocks, lamps, etc.  Remember that organic structures do not work well; geometric structures use vanishing points.

Be sure to keep your drawing free of ghosts, smudges, etc.  The full craftsmanship rules apply here.  Make sure you are drawing an interior space; we will be doing an exterior (and more challenging) drawing later.

This is a 5-day assignment, so you will want to continue what you have started already when you return to class.  Below I have included an example as a reminder.  This is not for you to copy, but just to help you out when figuring out how to use the vanishing point.

Assessment:  evaluated for accuracy of perspective and using the complete craftsmanship rubric.  This is a formative grade.