Skills and Techniques:
INTO 3 DIMENSION MASS
A form may be 2 dimensional
or 3 dimensional.
A 2 dimensional
form is easy to recognize because
it is un shaded and flat in appearance.
This flat shape can be any color
or no color. The shape itself
has the appearance of a silhouette
when seen against another color.
for example, black against white.
Sometimes very simple
flat shapes can be transformed into stunning 3d masses.
is made by artists who have a special fondness for the appearance of 3 dimensional
like the way surfaces change and run into other surfaces.
They like the way light reflects
from the surfaces illuminating them with light
The following are some examples of
forms which have been translated into 3d.
D. Frog says,
"Don't be a square, be a cube."
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