One, Two, Three Dimension . . .
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One, Two, Then Three Dimension
A quick sketch on paper/cardboard, then transferring the image to a three dimensional project.
In this case, the workgroup did a floral landscape sketch, then painted what they had sketched onto a basic already made flowerpot; Using the processes of one dimension, two dimension (height and width), then three dimensional (height, width and depth) introduces the elements of perspective and the projection of the shadow.
The variations in dimensions can create some interesting effects. The creative process is enjoyable step by step along the way.
Spaces & Places: Where We Create
Art Therapy Community Photo Documentary Project
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