There are six scenes ranging from simple to quite complex. The more complex scenes allow pupils to have greater control over the objects they place in their picture. Once a pupil is happy with their finished scene they can print out the image for either assessment or display purposes.
There will be a 5 week scheme of work to follow which supports the use of the activity in the classroom.
Have you ever wondered how artists can make pictures look so realistic? Well here are a few of the answers using a technique called 'perspective'.
To explore perspective click on a scene then drag and drop the objects into your picture to see the effects of size and scale. Click the 'print' button to make a copy of your finished picture. The scenes get more complicated as you work your way through them!
You can also find out how some artists have used perspective in the paintings by clicking on the link at the bottom of the screen.