A Cubist 3D painting of a chicken is made using just an egg tray, paint and brush. An outline image is painted onto the tray using bold colours before adding detail. The finished piece can be viewed from different angles to achieve different effects on the viewer. This simple technique can be adapted to suit any subject, topic or image. There is animated reference to the Cubist movement and to Cubist artist Pablo Picasso, as well as some of his works, to set this in context and add an element of art history.

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Complements work done on 3D masks. Ideal for compact classroom wall displays. Easily adapted to suit any subject or image to link with other cross-curricula topics. Several trays could be displayed together jigsaw-style to create one large image of a face, animal, bird etc. Ideal for a foyer, school hall or public display space.