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Art With Trista’s Lesson on 1-Point Perspective Woven Cubes Art.

# How to Use 1-Point Perspective Drawing Techniques to Create 3D Forms and Space

In this video tutorial, join professional artist and educator ArtWithTrista as she teaches how to utilize 1-point perspective drawing techniques to weave 3D forms together and create a better illusion of form and space.

Whether you’re a middle school art teacher looking for engaging curriculum or a student eager to learn new techniques, this step-by-step lesson plan has got you covered. With ArtWithTrista’s guidance, you’ll master the art of creating creative cubes, shading, and value.

To grab the complete lesson plan, head over to [ArtWithTrista’s website](https://bit.ly/3dz3LZE). Make sure to subscribe to her mailing list for latest updates, freebies, and more art lessons for middle years.

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Trust us, your students will thank you for bringing this fun and educational activity to the classroom. Don’t forget to check out [Teachers Pay Teachers](https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Artwithtrista) for more of ArtWithTrista’s art lesson plans.

# Final Thoughts

Incorporating 1-point perspective drawing techniques into your art curriculum is a great way to enhance creativity and engage students. And with ArtWithTrista’s expertise, you’re guaranteed to have a successful and educational experience.

(Credit: [ArtWithTrista](https://artwithtrista.com/))

How to use 1-point perspective drawing techniques to weave 3D forms together to create a better illusion of form and space.

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