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Objective: Using a grid develop nine different solid forms with a cube “Hexahedron” no taller than 3″ the base should be equal on all sides of the square. This project should be clean, spray painted with flat white paint mounted on a flat 14″ x 14″ 3/16″ foam core board. 3” squares 1” space between squares 1.5″ outside margin The Starting layout below. The forms should work well together as a whole, each form being interdependent on the other form.

Grid layout page 

Samples of some Kean student work

grid project samples 

1.Patrick Roberts     2. Peter Halski    3. Bernardo Bajana   4. Steadman Channer

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One Response to “Make 9 New Forms Using The Cube As The Starting Point – Revised”

  1. Tara Zalewsky says:

    Hi Professor Horner,
    I teach a 3-D Space and Form class at the Art Center Design College in Albuquerque, NM, and I love what you’re doing in your 3-D class. I’m working on an assignment for my students to build a model for a geometric sculpture park. Could I have your permission to show my students the images of your student’s work on the 9 cube project?

    Tara Zalewsky