Grid colored pencils anamorphosis photoshop transform scale
Perspective shadows value
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. first we had to choose a everyday object, i chose a cupcake. then we went in to Photoshop and clicked on the transform tab and changed the scale to the whole canvas. then we took the corners to the picture and dragged them sideways so the picture was bigger on top.
2. How did distorting and stretching the object allow for you to create a drawing that would look different to the viewer?
distorting and stretching the object made it look like it was standing up when you took a picture from a certain angle. or in other words it turned into an anamorphosis drawling. it changed the perspective of the picture to 3D, or made it life like.
3. What were the most important concepts in the project to make it successful?
the most important aspects of this drawling were, the grid, shadows, and value. how the grid was important is you had to draw it exactly the way it was on the photo otherwise the 3D effect would not work. you could also add shadows to the object to make it more life like and seem like it standing off the page. value was a very important factor because it made it seem like the drawling had depth. you had to color in darker shades of the color on the edges of the shape by using colored pencils. overall, with the help of these aspects, and colored pencils the drawling transformed into a real life object.