|Sample Project by M. Ammons|
It can be used to look up to something to make an object look tall, strong, and mighty while the viewer feels childlike or powerless.
|Scene From A Bug's Life: Notice we see the clovers below!|
It makes me think of the movie A Bug's Life or Honey I Shrunk the Kids. Can you think of other movies where you are seeing the point of view of someone or something tiny?
Look at these instructions. What do you notice? What do you wonder? What could the person be looking at besides plants? What would those things look like from beneath them?
Follow along in this video to draw a person in worm's-eye view! Use your imagination to make your picture unique, but try to follow the instructions carefully to draw using perspective. Don't forget the goals!
Project Goals: 4=A, 3=B, 2=C, 1=D
- Perspective: Have you made the picture come together at a vanishing point?
- Value: Did you make colors lighter towards the top to show they are farther away? Did you think about light and shadow on the objects close to us?
- Coloring: Did you color evenly, blend colors and fill the space?
- Creativity: Did you think creatively about what you could put in the front of your picture and add creative details to the scene?
Don't forget to upload your work to Artsonia!
www.artsonia.com/class Code: WCCP-WSTF