- white drawing sheet
- colored sheet
Explain the one-point perspective: objects that are further away appear smaller. If we draw a street towards the horizon, it narrows and trees get smaller.
In one-point perspective you draw all lines parallel to the viewing direction to one point. You literally put a dot on the horizon.
What to do?
- Draw a circle of 20 cm in diameter using the compass. Mark the hole in the center with a dot.
- Draw lines form the edges of the circle to the dot in the middle, using ruler and pencil.
- Draw buildings in different heights using the lines. Draw doors and windows.
- Color with markers. Outline everything with a fine black marker.
- Cut the circle and stick it on a colored sheet.
Art work made by students of grade 4.