3D Art: Altered Books

In 3D Art, students were to create an altered book piece based on a memory. The diversity of their themes and subjects was quite impressive. They began by dedicating one page to each of their different ideas in their sketchbook. I find that often times students will only use one page to try to represent many ideas. It is important when working creatively to give yourself space to think, write, doodle, jot down notes, etc. I have compiled some photographs that best exemplify the process of creating an altered book.

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