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Lessons 1+2 (Drawing Skills)
 

Lessons 1+2 (Drawing Skills)

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Key Stage 3 Graphics Project

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    Lessons 1+2 (Drawing Skills) Lessons 1+2 (Drawing Skills) Presentation Transcript

    • Graphics Mr. Matthews
    • Mr. Matthews Welcome to Graphics!
      • Rules: Entering Room 303
      • These Rules are in place to ensure that together we create a and maintain a positive and safe learning environment.
      • You must wait quietly in a line outside the room before lessons until I am asked to enter.
      • You must enter quietly and sit at your place. If you enter inappropriately you will have to leave the room and re- enter.
      • You must get out homework your pencil case and any other relevant equipment and then place your bag under your desk.
    • Mr. Matthews
      • General rules
      • All Bags should be stored under your desks as they are a tripping hazard.
      • You must bring a pencil a ruler and a rubber to every lesson.
      • All H/W must be handed in on the due in day, if it is not for any reason you will receive an automatic 10 minute detention on the same day followed by a further 30mins if it is not handed in the following day.
      • There is no running at all allowed in 303.
      • I must take special care when carrying scissors or other sharp object and watch out for my own and others safety.
    • Mr. Matthews Learning objectives and outcomes: In this lesson you will learn: How to create 3- dimensional drawings By the end of the lesson you will: Have done an isometric and a one and two point perspective drawing..
    • Mr. Matthews Basic Graphics layout Title Group Name Get yourself a drawing board and a sheet of A4 paper.
    • Mr. Matthews Isometric drawing:
    • Mr. Matthews Isometric drawing:
    • Mr. Matthews Isometric drawing:
    • Mr. Matthews Isometric drawing:
    • Mr. Matthews Isometric drawing:
    • Mr. Matthews Basic Graphics layout Title Group Name Prepare yourself another sheet of A4 paper.
    • Mr. Matthews One point perspective: Draw a vanishing point on the top right of your page…. VP (Vanishing point )
    • Mr. Matthews One point perspective: Now draw a line from the top left corner to the vanishing point.. VP (Vanishing point )
    • Mr. Matthews One point perspective: Now draw a line from the top right corner to the vanishing point.. VP (Vanishing point )
    • Mr. Matthews One point perspective: Now draw a line from the bottom right corner to the vanishing point.. You should see your 3-D box starting to appear. VP (Vanishing point )
    • Mr. Matthews One point perspective: Now draw two lines to complete the cube, and then….. VP (Vanishing point )
    • Mr. Matthews One point perspective: … .. Rub out the excess lines, leaving the vanishing point. Now we will move onto 2 point pespective. VP (Vanishing point )
    • Two point Perspective This is the method of drawing to give a 3 dimensional view.
    • VP (Vanishing point ) VP This is the box we are going to draw. 1. Draw the vanishing points, towards the top of the paper. 2. Draw the front corner of the box. 3. Join the top and bottom to the vanishing points 4. Draw the back of the box verticals 5. Join them to the opposite VP 6. Rub out the unwanted lines.
    • VP VP Use thick and thin lines to outline any edges which do not show both faces.
    • VP VP Use rendering to make it look solid, use three shades of the same colour. Darkest side Second darkest side Lightest side
    • Using the vanishing points you can add a range of shapes. Notice that the vertical lines are always vertical and all other lines go to one or other of the vanishing points.
    • You can add rendering to the shapes.
    • The shape can be changed.
    • Render the shape.
    • Can you work out where the VPs are for these objects?
    • VP VP
    • Now it’s your turn.
      • Using two point perspective, draw a series of 4 blocks and render them.
      • That’s it.
    • VP (Vanishing point ) VP 1. Draw the vanishing points, towards the top of the paper. 2. Draw the front corner of the box. 3. Join the top and bottom to the vanishing points 4. Draw the back of the box verticals 5. Join them to the opposite VP 6. Rub out the unwanted lines.