**Day 17 – Extreme Views and the False Horizon (follow-up)**

The second assignment for day 17 is the following: sketch a thumbnail of a worm’s eye view of a simple sandcastle.

Here is my result.

Thanks,

Fred

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## Perspective challenge day 17 (second assignement)

## Perspective challenge day 17 (first assignement)

## Perspective challenge day 16

## Perspective Challenge day 15

## Perspective Challenge day 13 & 14

## Perspective Challenge day 12

## Perspective Challenge day 11

## Perspective Challenge day 10

## Perspective Challenge day 9

## Perspective Challenge day 8

**Day 15 – The Figure in Perspective**

The assignment for day 15 is the following: draw a tall rectangle in two-point perspective, divide it into parts to define proportions, and draw a figure in the rectangle.

Try drawing a figure seated, kneeling, or lying down, by adjusting the size and shape of the rectangle.

Here is my result.

Thanks,

Fred

**Day 12 – An Interior in Two-Point Perspective skill ckeck**

The assignment for day 13 is the following: develop a scene featuring both interior and landscape elements. You can use a window, a door, a large opening, a covered porch or any other construction that combines interior walls, posts or columns with external scenery. Construct this environment in two-point perspective (using one-point if needed) and finish the drawing to your desired level of detail, remembering the effects of atmospheric perspective!

Here is my result.

Thanks,

Fred

**Day 12 – An Interior in Two-Point Perspective**

The assignment for day 12 is the following: sketch a thumbnail of a simple room with just two walls, a window and a door. Draw a picture plane, horizon line, and two vanishing points, and “build” the room out of construction lines.

Here is my result.

Thanks,

Fred

**Day 8 – Two-Point Perspective**

The assignment for day 8 is the following: draw a variety of cubes and boxes in two-point perspective, both above and below the horizon line. Turn a cube into a cylinder. Put a cone on top of a cube! Can you put a sphere inside a box in two-point perspective?

Here is my result.

Thanks,

Fred