Three's Best


With dimensional artwork, we have to modify the two-light setup you saw earlier and add a third light—because three’s best.


Click on the video (above) to watch the lesson. Open the Lesson Guide (button below) for a transcript of the video. It has space to make notes and a worksheet if you download and print a copy.

The short worksheet at the end of the Lesson Guide asks about your experience if you’ve used a three-light setup.

Open the forum discussion (button below) and reply with your questions about using three lights. If you’re having trouble with a three-light setup, reply in the forum with a description of the setup and the problem. One of your fellow students or I will try to assist you. I encourage you to reply with any other questions or comments about the lesson, too.

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