Format - A two- or three-dimensional field or space in which art forms, visual messages, designs and environments are created. Two-dimensional formats have length and width, while three-dimensional formats have length, width and depth.
9.A.ECa Rec ognize and name common two- and three-dimensional shapes and describe some of their attributes (e.g., number of sides, straight or curved lines Emily - This is a visual that I would keep in my classroom to help students see what types of shapes are 2D and 3D.
butterflies fly, fly away: this sort of paper cutting project with the exacto knife we were looking at last class. once again, a 3d project that pops out from the usual typicality of artwork would be so cool to encompass in our visual art 1 class. i especially like these colorful, patterned paper butterflies. they form a rainbow value scale and come out three dimensionally from a 2d book.