Originally Submitted to FurAffinity.net on Mar 24th, 2010 02:07 AM. Before it was transferred to Inkbunny it had 96 views and 3 favorites.
The latest in the homework assigned to me. Though there are many other homeworks I have done thus far, this is the fourth one that I am posting. LOL. ^\/^.
The homework was a perspective drawing. The type of perspective to do was either bird's eye or worm's eye. I thought it would be fun to do both. As one can see here it looks as though one is peering out the window of a room that seems to be peering down a super tall skyscraper or space elevator down to earth. Likewise it simply could be a skylight to one of the entrances to the building, or one of the near by buildings, offering a good view of the structure going prodigiously high into the sky. It boggles the minds so to speak. LOL. ^\/^.
The muted shine on the window of the building outside (around the left hand column) is the shine of the sun with a dark spot beneath. The dark spot could either be a muted reflection of the city and / or natural environment with a muted reflection of the sky on the rest of the windows, or it can be the reflection of the vacuum of space and the rest of the reflection is simply that of earth with the sun in between rising above the planets horizon. LOL. ^\/^.
Just to make note, the dark spots are my finger prints. The ghost I used has oil in it that easily picks up my finger prints and they are a pain to erase. I tried to erase each one and they still remain unmoving. The dark area to the left side and bottom area of the window was meant to be either an incoming storm or the dark side of the earth with the lines being the cities and highways in between. Too bad the pencils used do not erase easily. It seems like I am inking with lead at times. LOL. ^\/^.
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