5th graders have learned a lot about perspective and depth this year. They created a city-scape perspective, a night-time perspective, and focused on depth and shadows with their Wayne Thiebaud art. Their last project was to show perspective in nature, they were asked to show foreground, middle-ground and back-ground, and draw elements like grass/ hills, a river, trees, mountains, and clouds; using color to make things darker (and smaller) as they got farther back. This perspective was a lot simpler and more relazxing than the city-scape perspective. They used black crayons and watercolor to create their master-pieces.