3D Art Projects
3D Shapes Poem!
Meet Miss Parker: SPRING SALE & Common Core Math! 3D Shapes FUN!
Peter Reginato - sculptural lesson using cardboard and a slot to slot method (no glue) to have the students attach their pieces. They then painted them using bright colors and patterns being mindful of the negative and positive space. They had to be at least 20 inches tall and be able to stand on their own. by Sherrie Silvio
Margarita by Peter Reginato
The kids were given hexagon (to resemble a beehive comb) cardstock shapes and they traced this shape all throughout their pictures and then they pained each hextagon shape in a different watercolor paint. Then inked and printed a pre-assembled cardboard bee on top.
Cereal box house tutorial
Creating 3-D landscapes in clay is a perfect opportunity to teach students about perspective and scale in art. I make sure that my students understand what the background, middle-ground, foreground and horizon line using photographs or paintings as examples to identify each of these. I have students cut out a large circle or square of clay that is about 3/8ths of an inch thick and about 8-10" across. Fold the shape so that one side is perpendicular to the table. The clay might be a little wo
Landscape in clay