2 Point Perspective: Jacobs House

It’s crunch time for Katie and I at our respective schools, but to keep you interested I have a quick architecture update. Followers might remember the axonometric drawing I posted previously of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Jacobs House (1936). This is a follow-up drawing from the case study we’ve been completing throughout the term, this time a two-point perspective from an angle not usually seen in photos or drawings. I picked up a great book on drawing techniques at a second hand shop near the school and wanted to give the shadows a shot. It took a while and many lines but I like the result. I hope you do too!

mike

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