Foreshortening is a method for drawing objects so they appear to come off the page. It is often used in comic books and graphic novels. It is very effective for creating dynamic, exciting compositions. It is a bit tricky to figure out, but using the box method to the left is pretty handy. Basically, you reduce your object to simple geometric shapes and then draw them in one-point perspective. After than, use your "perspective forms" to fill in the original object.
Foreshadowing is a warning or indication of a future event.
For example: Before she’s fatally shot by a hunter (and millions of childhoods are scarred), Bambi’s mother gives Bambi a stern lecture on the dangers of man.
Create a drawing the has foreshortening and foreshadowing.
1. Choose a narrative. It doesn't need to be super complex. Just a sentence or two (ie. Bambi's mom is shot).
2. Decide how your story will be foreshadowed. (ie. Bambi's mom warns him).
3. Decide what moment from your story you will illustrate.
4. Draw some thumbnail sketches. Try out a few different angles of view.
5. Figure out what object will foreshortened and practice drawing it.
6. Put it all together and finish it up. What medium will you use? Be sure to use high quality shading and a large range of values!