Once shapes are loose and you are ready to experiment with angles and composition there are a few things to do. 1. Look at your location. If you are outside, like we were on Monday, then take a good look at the surroundings. Take a moment to stop and observe. What are you looking at? What are your various options? Where is the light coming from? If you are going to be here more than an hour, how will the lighting change? Are you wearing a hat or sunglasses that will effect the colors you are seeing?
Where do you start looking at the drawing (about the location of the pinetree. Then your eye is draw up to the top of the steeple, and then brought along the covered walkway to the circle that is part of the chapel window. The circle is about where our vanishing point goes. If we draw a line, vertical, through that circle, that will mark a central point where our various angles will meet. I chose the bottom of the circle in my demo drawing here!