How to Make a Tessellated Design

Teenagers at AccessArt’s Experimental Drawing Class, demonstrate how to make a simple tessellated design using a cardboard stencil.

Student at AccessArt's Experimental Drawing Class works on a tessellated design using a stencil he made
Student at AccessArt’s Experimental Drawing Class works on a tessellated design using a stencil he made

 

A tessellated pattern is one that locks together, in both directions when repeated.

In this post, teenagers show how they created their own stencils, using a simple method and then used them to create a repeated design.

Tessellated design by Hannah from AccessArt's Experimental Drawing Class
Tessellated design by Hannah from AccessArt’s Experimental Drawing Class

 


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