- Very nice
In the photo of the house the far right wall does not look vertical, though it does on my paper. (The house was not falling down!). Same thing with the far side walls of the barns. They were vertical on the paper, really!
Remember the very first principle of perspective "Further away looks smaller
Humans tend to compensate, a camera cannot. Take care to point the camera perpendicular
to the paper.
Best practice is to use a tripod and the self timer. To get it completely correct, put a little mirror flat against the drawing. If the camera "sees" itself in the mirror, it is correctly aligned.
This is when I straightened the edges of the paper with the "perspective tool" in the drawing software:
I have a question about the method though. Reading de Reyna's book on this lesson he said "do not erase!!"
That is a general principle when sketching. If you erase the wrong line, you're back at square one. The wrong lines will in fact guide you in finding the correct form. The knack is to start with very faint lines, strengthening only very gradually.
And yes, practice makes perfect
You did very well in this class, please move on to class 4