3-Dimensional Drawing


  1. Explain what a 3-Dimensional drawing is. ( e.g. having or relating to three dimensions, simulating the effect of depth, having volume, life-like)
  2. Draw examples on a blackboard or scrap paper. 
  3. Explore art books for further understanding of the concept.
  4. Ask students to draw something 3-D, using pencil only.


The example of the house below is a very good first time effort. Water-paints were used to finish this lovely work of art by a 6 year old.

Student house drawing example




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