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Friday, March 5, 2010

Making Our 3D Pirate Islands in Art

This is what the finished product will look like in a couple weeks (This one is from The Grade Five of 2009). Then all that's needed will be to make tiny palm trees and huts out of modeling clay. The Grade Five's had to make sure their pirates had a look out point and a place to dock their pirate ship.

9 comments:

  1. L love the awesome Art work. Abdul

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  2. Our art lesson is gonna be good!

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  3. Once we paint the islands and add trees and huts and pirate'y things I think they will look fantastic too!

    You are certainly a creative class this year!

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  4. Hello. Your art lesson looks awesome that I would love to slip into your class and do your art lesson it's just realy cool!!!!!!

    From Ena

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  5. My son needs to make a 3D island for his homework so we were looking for some inspiration and came accross your lovely blog!
    Can't wait to see your finished product. I'm sure it will look amazing.

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  6. Daisy, my goodness!! How on earth did you find our blog?

    Claire

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  7. Hi Claire, my son needs to make a 3D model of an island for homework. I had no idea where to start so typed in 3D islands and your blog came up! Dylan loved having a look at what your kids do in class...and my husband is South African which makes it all the more interesting :)
    Have a good week!

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  8. My little girl had to make a 3D island and I didn't know where to start. I thought that it was a long shot typing it into the computer. Your blog came up and it is perfect for my daughter to work partly solo on without it is being to difficult for her. Excellent site. Thankyou

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  9. Its very fantastic and cool. Its looks just like contour lines.

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