I found this lesson very challenging as I struggled a bit with perspective drawings. First we were asked to draw a paint tube in perspective and if done correctly there would be a right angle as shown in the bottom left hand corner of the A3 page. Then we had to practice doing freehand squares as accurately as we could without a ruler.
Finally on the right of the page we did a group one point perspective separately in our books which had a train platform with rails, telephone poles and a platform with people on it. Then underneath that we had to draw people in a quick way for future reference.
Then on the next page we did a single point perspective drawing with lines coming off from a dot and made 3D squares and rectangles with them as shown on the photo:
We have to complete this for our next lesson.
Even though I found this lesson challenging I got to have practice on perspective. It is an important part in this course as in scale drawings you will need to think about the perspective of your furniture in a room