Friday, December 7, 2012


1. Describe the process you went through to change your object into the correct perspective to create the drawing. This is when you were in the lab.
When we went to the lab the first thing that we did was pick a good picture that we would want to draw. When we finally got our photo we went into photoshop to change the perspective of it. We first changed the height and width to a certain measurement, and next we elongated the picture so that if you look at it at a certain angle it look normal. We transformed our original picture that we found into an anamorphosis.

2. How did distorting and stretching the object allow for you to create a drawing that would look different to the viewer?
By distorting and stretching the object it allowed me to create a drawling that would look different to the viewer because when I photoshopped the picture I changed the scale of it so it would look distorted when it was looked at directly. however, by elongating is if the viewer looked at it from a certain angle than the images would look normal again and more 3-D like.
3. What were the most important concepts in the project to make it successful?
To make this project successful the most important concepts in the project included the grid, shadows, value and colored pencils. The grid that we drew was very important because it make sure that we drew our transformed drawling to scale, so that the anamorphisis would work. The shadows was also another very important concept for this project because is made the project pop out of the paper. The shadow created a more 3-D effect so when you look at the Anamorphosis from an angle it looked like it was sitting on top of your paper; and that you would be able to interact with it. Value gave the drawling depth and created a most realistic look to it instead of it looking flat on your paper when you changed the perspective you were looking at it from. Finally, the colored pencils is what topped of the drawling. the colored pencils helped give depth to the image and made it to be more realistic when you changed your perspective.

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