As I'm being persuaded to actually enjoy my Italian Art and Drawing class, today's class gave me an entirely different outlook on the art of drawing. Our class took a field trip to the Sforza Castle (Castello di Porta) which was originally constructed by Lord Galeazzo || Visconti in 1358. It was also originally a main resident in the city if it's Visconti Lords but was destroyed by the Golden Ambrosian Republic that turned this beauty into a battle ground.
The featured museum inside the castle holds thousands of artifacts of the remains. My job today as a student was to find artifacts, study the structure of it and draw. Well, of course I have the best drawing skills on earth (How about the worst in the class), but I gave it my all of 20 minutes and it didn't turn out too shabby.
Below shows images of the castle as well as my beautiful creations. Enjoy! Ciao.