Art Pathway: 2D Drawing to 3D Sculpture Enquiry Question: How can we transform 2D drawings into 3D objects?
- Pupils will explore the colours and patterns on different types of food packaging.
- Children will learn that drawing and making have a close relationship and that drawing can be used to transform a two-dimensional surface, which can be manipulated to make a three-dimensional object.
- They will use methods such as the grid method and looking at negative space to help us draw and they will learn that drawing can be used to transform a two-dimensional surface, which can be manipulated to make a three-dimensional object.
- The children will learn that when we transform two dimensional surfaces we can use line, mark making, value, shape, colour, pattern and composition to help us create our artwork.
- They will learn about the process artist Claire Harrup uses to design food packaging and record their thoughts and observations in sketchbooks.
- Children will redesign existing food packaging items by building nets, whilst experimenting with drawing, composition and type. They will learn that there is a challenge involved in bringing two dimensions to 3 dimensions which we can solve with a combination of invention and logic.
- That when we reflect on our own work and the work of others, we can think about what we are good at and what we might do differently next time.