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Ever wonder how to draw in 3-D? Find out how to create perfect cubes every time—then use the same technique to make other 3-D looks!
To create a 3-D cube, use a Crayola® Fine Line Marker to draw a rectangle on paper.
Draw a second rectangle, exactly the same size as the first, which overlaps it. Draw it slightly higher and a bit to the left of the first one.
Use short, straight lines to attach each of the four corners of the two rectangles. See a cube emerge!
Use a different pattern or color to decorate each side (plane) of the cube. Can you figure out how to draw other shapes in 3-D?
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Find interesting shapes around the house and trace them with mess-free Crayola® Color Wonder™. The markers only color o
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