The description of 3d Art Design Ideas
3-dimensional art, or commonly referred to as 3D Art, is a fine art that is limited to 3 sides ie the long side, the width and height or in the sense of art that has the volume and is in a space. While 2-dimensional art has only two boundaries on each side, namely the long side and the width, which becomes the distinction between the art of 3 dimensional and 2 dimension is in the element of space.
The elements that exist in the art of 3 Dimensions:
Has length, width, height
And can be seen from all angles
Type of Artwork 3 Dimensions
The creation of 3 dimensional works of art is divided into two parts, based on the function and purpose of art that is pure art and applied art.
Pure Fine Arts is a work of art created freely with functions that prefer the beauty of the function, as the satisfaction of the eyes only and usually used only as a display.
Applied Art is a work of art that is not only as a display of the house, but also serves to help human life. Applied art is more useful than its beauty.
3 Dimensional Art Techniques
The regions in Indonesia have materials and media that vary in the technique of making 3-dimensional artwork, all based on the environment of the area.
Here are the techniques commonly used in making 3-dimensional works of art:
Application Technique - is an ornamental work used in the art of sewing by attaching a variety of cloths that have been in scissors that like flowers, stars, dolls and other forms in a cloth as a decoration to beautify.
Mosaic technique - is a drawing technique using a certain geometric shape. Geometric shapes are used to replace dye materials.
Assembling Techniques - is a work of art by connecting several pieces of materials. This method can be called assembling, assembly is the result of his work.
Sculpting Techniques - a technique that makes artwork by removing unused materials. Usually made using hammer tool, chisel, miser and so on.
Technique Cor / Pour - is a work of art done by pouring liquid to a tool cetakkan. The commonly used liquid material is made of cement, rubber, metal and so on.
Symbols in 3 dimensional artwork
In pursuing works of art, the symbols also have the meaning contained therein, whether it be the object or any element. For example, the red color is called as a symbol of courage, the statue of the horse is commonly referred to as a symbol of valor, the frog statue as a symbol of the rain caller, the monument of Proclamation in Jakarta as a symbol of freedom and struggle of the people of Indonesia, equator monument in Pontianak West Kalimantan as place passed by equator, Jogja monument as a symbol of unity between the leader and the people against the enemy in a government.
Works of art have developed rapidly and have developed since our ancestors since the time of history, since antiquity made art only from ax and bone hunting.