Activity: 3D Hand Drawing


Most of us will remember drawing around our hands when we were younger, and it’s still an activity that is evident in many schools across the globe as children learn about their own bodies. In a simple and great twist to the art form, the folks at Handimania demonstrate that it is possible to create a 3D effect of hand prints, using an easy-to-use technique which can be very striking, and great for a classroom activity. Rather than trying to describe the technique, watch the video below, and give it a go. If you use it in class, with your pupils, please let us see the final results.



Image source - Handimania

We asked to see the results of your pupils art work, and the responses are starting to come in. Please share yours with us, and we will add to the gallery below.

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