I really like how these came out, but wish I could have given them a few more class times to work. They could have done some really cool things with a little more time. The idea was to create a 3D version of American Gothic with a twist. The twist is they are the designer and a new client has come to you. The task is the client has purchased the small home featured in the American Gothic painting near Stone City, Iowa and they want it remodelled to better match their taste. Students had to decide, who the client was, what their style would be and who would stand with them in front of the house. We used a basic pop up card design to get the basic house and then used marker and paper construction techniques to remodel the house. Students were required to build at least one 3D item from paper. Finally they had to pose the client and one other character with them, holding something, similar to the American Gothic characters in front of the home. Some are quite clever and others are just cute.