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. While we were in the lab, we had to choose our picture for our colored pencil anamorphosis drawing and insert it into photoshop. When were in photo shop, we had to transform the picture so that it was in the right perspective. After we had our picture picked out, we had to draw a grid on both the picture and in our sketch book. I had to draw the cup to scale and I had to give it value when I was coloring it. The last thing we did was give it a shadow so that it looked like it was standing up.
2. How did distorting and stretching the object allow for you to create a drawing that would look different to the viewer? While distorting and stretching out the picture, it help it look like it wasn't just sitting on the paper. It helped the viewer see that it was actually standing up. But you did have to look at it at a certain angle so that it looked right. Otherwise it would just look extremely stretched out.
3. What were the most important concepts in the project to make it successful? The most important concepts of the project to make it successful were to make sure that the picture was stretched out enough so that it looked right. Also I think that the shadow made a big difference because it gave the impression that it was a 3D object and not 2D.