A Perspective Drawing

This year my daughter learned how to draw in perspective at school. The task was to draw a scene from the future in which used renewable energy. She agreed to share her efforts with you:

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2013
A Perspective Drawing. © Colline Kook-Chun, 2013

In her drawing she showed future generations using wind and solar energy. I found the shape of the houses she created to be interesting.

Are you able to draw in perspective?

(This post was inspired by Jake’s Sunday Post prompt)

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2013

44 thoughts on “A Perspective Drawing

  1. I like the shapes of the houses too and such very clean lines! I especially love the shadows of the windmills. Very nice detail!

    Talented girl you have!! 🙂


  2. Wow! She is quite an artist Colline and I also love the look of the houses. It’s an absolutely stunning drawing hon. You must be so proud of her! Thanks for sharing and a great entry for the challenge for sure! 🙂 *hugs*


  3. That’s pretty impressive, Colline! Especially if you’ve seen my matchstick men. 🙂
    No Jake yet this week? He’s a little late these days but usually gets there.


    1. I have not seen him yet this week, so I decided to do last week’s prompt which I had missed. Hopefully I will see a post from him by the end of the day.


    1. I will let her know – she will be very pleased to know this. She has always loved drawing and in the last year she has really developed her skills.


  4. Wonderful drawing! I love the shape of the houses. She’s very talented. I can’t draw a straight line, much less in perspective. lol!


    1. She has always liked drawing and as she gets older I can see something distinctive shining through. We were quite impressed when she finished this particular drawing.


  5. The different elements make this an ambitious project, but she seems to have brought it off perfectly. The perspective matches across them, and real imagination has been used in the subjects.


  6. Oh, how I remember those art classes teaching perspective! Your daughter’s artwork is far superior than any that I created back then — even now. 🙂


  7. Very impressive ! She has certainly has talent there Colline . A great imagination and all the details spot on .


  8. Lovely interpretation of her brief! Drawing in perspective was a part of my training and job as an interior designer and I enjoyed that subject most in school 🙂


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