# Sculpture: Paper Manipulation

In this lesson we are going to make sure we all understand the basics of line, shape and tone. We will practise ‘weight of line’ this means how dark it is or how hard we are pressing. We are going to focus on using basic shapes for our work. These basic shapes will be the basis for most if not all drawings we do. We will also add a variety of tones using shading techniques.

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Quiz:

# Sculpture - Paper Manipulation

Let's see what stuck from today's lesson

## Question 5

Q1.To make a square from a rectangular piece of paper you need to:

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Q2.Geometric lines are:

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Q3.Your artwork from today's lesson could be described as:

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Q4.What is the correct term for the skills that let you coordinate between your eyes and your hands, to create precise, detailed work?

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Q5.What are the three dimensions?

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Quiz:

# Sculpture - Paper Manipulation

Let's see what stuck from today's lesson

## Question 5

Q1.To make a square from a rectangular piece of paper you need to:

1/5

Q2.Geometric lines are:

2/5

Q3.Your artwork from today's lesson could be described as:

3/5

Q4.What is the correct term for the skills that let you coordinate between your eyes and your hands, to create precise, detailed work?

4/5

Q5.What are the three dimensions?

5/5

# Lesson summary: Sculpture: Paper Manipulation

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