This is an example of a scientific drawing. In this lesson I learned how to observe different aspects of the object I was drawing in order to get a better idea of what I could achieve in my final product. I touched the object, in this case a skull, I examined it from different angels and I concentrated on the shadow and light effects. This piece was successful because overall at least you can tell what it is. Also it portrays how different techniques can help make this idea stand out. If I were to do it again I would've taken more time on it and also I would've concentrated on different parts of my object to study more and maybe it would've turned out better.
This drawing represents perspective. In the first drawing (on the top) is a hallway before I learned about perspective. The second drawing (on the bottom) is the same hallway after I learned about perspective. I learned that perspective is the way you look at something. You have to make shapes and lines in your head to make it look realistic. Also you have to have a starting and referral point so you can have somewhere to connect the dots. I think this was successful because you can see the improvement in the before and after of the sketches as I learned to start at one point and work from there. If I were to change anything I would first of all finish my second drawing and also I would practice more with perspective and maybe draw more lines to help me figure out where I'm going with my sketch.