Evaluation Sheet for the
Perspective Hallway (One-Point Perspective)
(15 points each)

1.  You went out into the hallway and sat at either end of the art room hallway or in the middle looking at the cafeteria (with you, you took a ruler, pencil, and drawing board). You drew a horizon line across your paper, about half way. You drew a vanishing point on your horizon line. You began your hallway in a similar fashion as you began your perspective bedrooms, drawing the end of the hallway (it will at first just look like a very small rectangle in the center of your paper), that drawing your ceiling and floor.

2. You then drew all of the details of the hallway, including lockers, doors, the brick on the wall, bulletin boards, windows of the office, lights on the ceiling, tile floor, etc. The more detail you added the better!

3.  You then colored your hallway drawing using colored pencil. You used a variety of values and blended some of your colors to make your drawing more visually appealing.

4.  The time and effort you put into your project and the overall look and appearance of your artwork.