This was an exercise to see how accurate my guess work was when it came to estimating perspective. A simple task to use all the reference points I could to construct a building without drawing in the vanishing points or perspective lines until after the drawing was finished. I chose a simple three story building which had a flat corner receding off into two point … Continue reading Pt 3, Pr 4, Ex 2 – Angular perspective.
Not necessarily an interior, however, it was an enclosed walkway that had some nice arches running down one side that all met in the middle to create another set of archways running down through the passage way forming a perfect scene to show one point perspective. With the added brick work and the large stone slabs on the floor, the setting was done. I … Continue reading Pt 3, Pr 4, Ex1 – Parallel Perspective – An interior view.
Dark, dusty, dank and subterranean. Littered with street art, lonely and quiet. I thought this would be a great place to start. I was walking through a set of pathways underneath the Mancunian way. The ring road orbiting Manchester and the last line of defence marking the outer limits of the city centre and the suburbs of greater Manchester. A curious place that consists of … Continue reading Pt 3, Pr 2, Ex 2, Sketchbook Walk.
Tucked away to the east of the city center in Spinningfields is a tiny single roomed gallery called the Artzu. It showcases different artists, many of them local to Manchester of the north west and often rotates their collection, and sometimes holding small exhibitions as and when they come. Click here to see the artists profile at the gallery: Melegari at the Artzu Gallery. There was … Continue reading The Artzu Gallery, Manchester