Grade 8 concept sketching
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  • 1. Graphic CommunicationSketching and DrawingGrade 8By Mr. Ortwein
  • 2. Graphic CommunicationSketches Concept Drawing Concept Images Concept WordsDrawing Orthographic Drawings Perspectives
  • 3. Concept SketchesGetting ideas out of your mind and onto “paper”is a significant step in the design process. Beingable to communicate ideas / concepts is alwaysa valuable skill.
  • 4. Concept SketchesGetting ideas out of your mind and onto “paper”is a significant step in the design process. Beingable to communicate ideas / concepts is alwaysa valuable skill.
  • 5. From James
  • 6. Concept Sketches Getting ideas out of your mind and onto “paper” is a significant step in the design process. Being able to communicate ideas / concepts is always a valuable skill.Sketch Examples:
  • 7. Concept Sketches 2Product Examples: Umbrella standNokia communicator“souvenir from the future”
  • 8. Concept Sketches 3Sketch Examples:
  • 9. Concept Sketches 5Architecture Examples:
  • 10. Concept Sketches 4Sketch Examples:
  • 11. Concept Sketches 4Sketch Examples:
  • 12. Activity: Draw what you think the concept sketchwould like like for the image below
  • 13. Activity: Draw whatyou think theconcept sketchwould like like forthe image below
  • 14. Activity: Draw what you think the concept sketchwould like like for the image below
  • 15. WHY?InvestigationDESIGNPlan 36CreateEvaluateAttitude
  • 16. Concept Images
  • 17. Concept Words
  • 18. Orthographic Drawing
  • 19. Orthographic Drawing
  • 20. Orthographic Drawing
  • 21. Now working the other way around we will “feel”the object in the box and try to communicate thaton paper.More details in the boxes
  • 22. Perspective DrawingActivity: use the cube to draw the perspectives