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Did you ever think of what the world would be like without 3-D? Well if you haven't you will learn about 3-D, and while you are reading think about 3-D and what the world would be like. The D means dimension, in art definition of dimension is a measure of width, height, or length. Now when you draw 3-D it really isn't 3-D it is perspective, you make perspective by making things smaller to show they are farther away.

## How to Draw a 3-D Square (Cube)

Step 1: Gather the following materials 1 ruler, 1 pencil, and 1 box of coloring utensils.

Step 2: Choose the amount of inches or centimeters you will be using to make the square.

Step 3: Draw a square, and make a very small square in the bottom right corner.

Step 4: Using the small square you made in step 3, make a square the same size as the 1st one you made connected to the small one.

Step 5: Make a line connecting the same corners.

Step 6: Color in. (Optional)

## How to Draw a 3-D Triangle (Pyramid)

Step 1: Gather the following materials 1 ruler, and 1 pencil.

Step 2: Choose the number of inches you are going to use to make the triangle.

Step 3: Make a triangle.

Step 4: Make a diagonal line from the top of the triangle to the triangle.

Step 5: Make a line connecting the bottom right of the triangle to the end of the diagonal line.

Step 6: Color in. (Optional)

## How to Draw a 3-D Circle (Bubble)

Step 1: Gather the following materials: 1 circular object, and 1 pencil.

Step 2: Draw a circle using the circular object.

Step 3: Draw very small squares in the top right corner.

Step 4: Make a shadow on the right side so it looks like the light is on the left side.

Step 5: Color in. (Optional)

You just learned how to make the 3 basic shapes to 3-D. See how to draw a 3-D road to use some of those shapes. Now try to draw a picture using the 3-D shapes you made throughout the section.

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