This lesson will be very similar to the opening lesson in this unit. In our first unit, one-point perspective drawings were introduced. In this lesson, two-point perspective drawings will be taught. The general format and concepts of two-point perspective drawings are similar, however, they are different enough to require their own lesson. We will be using all of the same vocabulary terms as we did in one-point perspectives, the drawing setup is very similar, but the drawing itself is quite different.
We will be working on sketches with this lesson as well. After speaking with several advisors in the engineering and architectural fields, they suggest that it is still important for students to have sketching skills. They recognize that most of the industry does their finished work on some form of a CAD system, however, they still want employees to have sketching knowledge.
The hook and set section of the last lesson compared one-point and two-point perspective drawings. I feel that the students would see the redundancy in completing another such task, so this lesson will omit the hook and set aspect of the lesson.