3D Haiku

When we teach fine art and design students at the college and university level, we often start with drawing or other 2D projects in the first year and then have to transition students to working three-dimensionally in projects that usually incorporate both 2D and 3D elements. In this chapter, we will do that very same thing beginning with one tool for making 2D drawings and bringing that drawing into a 3D solid modeling application to make our flat drawing come to life in three dimensions. For this project, we will start with some 2D drawings that use text that will be extruded and modified to make a 3D haiku, although you ...

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