2D or 3D?
What is the difference between two-dimensional and three-dimensional object?
In a drawing or painting, an object that is two-dimensional is flat and lacks any depth. In contrast, a three-dimensional object is more life-like. You can see more than one side of the object.
Today’s creative art activity is a drawing of two castles. The one on the left is an example of a two-dimensional image, while the one on the right is three-dimensional. In the image on the right, you can see multiple sides of the castle instead of just the front side. There are also shadows in both doorways that create depth. Click here to download your free two-dimensional and three-dimensional coloring exercise!