3. Try using perspective in one of these activities:
Draw an outdoor scene. First, draw a horizon line across your page. Then, imagine you're right in front of your picture. Make the objects close to you look biggest, and draw objects smaller as they get closer to the horizon. (Look at photos of landscapes for an idea of how this works.)
Zoom in on an object. For example. if you want to draw a landscape scene, pretend you are looking through a camera and pressed zoom. What would you see? Draw that.
Take a bug's-eye view. How would an object or scene look if you were a bug? Fill your paper, since a bug would see everything as super huge.
More to Explore
Take a make believe balloon ride. In your imagination, fly over a village set high up in the mountains, a ship near a coral reef, a desert town near oil wells, a forest hideaway; a river plantation in the jungle; or any other place you wish to see. Draw a picture of two of your imaginary places.