
DRAWING 3D OBJECTS, TRANSFORMING
2D to 3D:
Art Knowledge: Lesson 3 Here are two Picasso pictures that use flat, 2 dimensional areas. Although
there is color or tone within each area, there is no attempt to produce
3dimensional mass.

Art Skills: Lesson 3 3. Practice using a dry pastel
medium.
These two Picasso pictures have been developed to to produce 3dimensional mass. Notice that planes show where surfaces change and what kind of surfaces are present, flat, curved, etc. Then light and shadow tones bring a sense of illumination, light and shadow. These bring completed dimensions to the work. SCULPTURAL ABSTRACTIONS demonstrate how light imparts highlight and shadow even on objects of one color.
The above examples are developed with tone or color with the intention of bringing out their 3 dimensional structure. BELOW: First find the edge where the surfaces change, then add toning and shadow to bring out the weight and mass of the form..
ACTIVITIES FOR LESSON 3 CONTINUED: Places to see the work of great artists.

THE
ART SKILL LESSONS (DEMOS) COVERED IN THE MINI  ART SERIES:
PRACTICE SHOULD GO ALONG WITH EACH LESSON APPLY PRINCIPLES TO YOUR OWN ART EXPRESSION THESE SKILLS APPLY EASILY TO ALMOST ANY AGE OR CLASS LEVEL FROM AGE 10 UP Lesson 1: Drawing the easy way. The difference between, compositions, studies and sketches. Thumbnail sketches. What are paradigms? Paradigms that apply to creativity. Three parts in any creative art project. Terms: line, space, shape, art media. Lesson 2: Review EZ drawing. Expressive lines, Descriptive lines, Shapes. 2 dimensional forms, 3 dimensional masses, shading, illumination. Using tone in drawing and sketching  Reminder: please have a small plastic container to use for wash drawings next week Lesson 3: Exploring drawing 3 dimensional objects, What makes a form appear to be 3 dimensional? turning 2d into 3d forms. Interpreting common objects into 3 dimensional components, apply methods of shading Lesson 4: Learning to show depth using, simple perspective. Size changes, Overlapping, Distant horizon, raising on picture plain. Weekly sketch book assignments Lesson 5: Using the total space, Primary spacial breakup, Mapped spaces, Secondary stages of drawing, using the areas within shapes. Practice interpreting pictures as spacial areas. Weekly sketch book assignments Lesson 6: Draw human faces, three views of face, cartoon and caricature styles Weekly sketch book assignments Lesson 7: Drawing the human body, gesture, proportion, foreshortening, quick sketch methods. You will be a model for your partner and visa versa. Weekly sketch book assignments Lesson 8: Compositions Interpreting themes with forms or symbols Lesson 9: Drawing with detail, add pattern, stylizing detail 