What are all these different dimensions about, anyway? Let's start at the beginning, with zero.
Zero Dimensions: A point has zero dimensions. There's no length, height, width, or volume. Its only property is its location.
One Dimension: Once you connect two points, you get a one-dimensional object — a line. A line has one dimension: length.
Two Dimensions: A flat plane or shape is two-dimensional. Its two dimensions are length and width.
Three Dimensions: The objects around you, the ones you can pick up, touch, and move around. Those are all three dimensional. These shapes have a third dimension: depth.
With this lesson we are going to create life like three dimensional characters.
Thick A3 white paper for the back.
Different colour A4 papers.
Water colour paint.
step by step
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