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Creating 3-D landscapes in clay is a perfect opportunity to teach students about perspective and scale in art. I make sure that my students understand what the background, middle-ground, foreground and horizon line using photographs or paintings as examples to identify each of these. I have students cut out a large circle or square of clay that is about 3/8ths of an inch thick and about 8-10" across. Fold the shape so that one side is perpendicular to the table. The clay might be a little wo

A beautiful clay slab with three-dimensional popping out background of mountains animals and trees with a grassland. It also has many frigid textures that can be touched and felt just like the actual object in which the slab depicts.