Back to Basics
Series 1000 – Program
Show 1013 Dimensional
3D means that an object has 3 dimensions – a line has one dimension
– length – a rectangle has 2 dimensions length and width
but a cube has 3 dimensions: length, width and depth. So 3D Art has
3 dimensions. Our first
project has 3 dimensions too. It’s string art done with wood
and thread. We’ve got a perfect craft lesson for 3 D – we’re
introducing papier mache
and how to make it. Next is Prudy’s final painting
lesson and how to use a color wheel. Then it’s a very fun
3D project. Wait until you see our modern papier mache version of Mr.
Potato Head. Last it’s a 3D
jewelry project with Tracia and Sydney Williams.
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