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RENDERING

- A highly illusionistic method of
drawing (usually used in Design)
IMAGINARY DESIGN!

But……… references from t...
Step 1: draw
shapes of shell
– lines only

Step 2: draw
imaginary
patterns, silver
casing & hook
– look at samples
for ide...
Step 3: choose pencil
crayons that may work
– look at the sample shell

Step 4: Experiment
with the colours
drawing sphere...
NB!
1. May Green & Purple DULL
each other because the
yellow in the May Green is
the complement of purple.
This means they...
Step 5: Use pencil crayons
to create the conical &
spherical illusions of form.
• IGNORE THE PATTERN!
• REMEMBER TO USE YO...
Layer & scrape back
with oil pastels

- Look at the
complementary
colour scheme for
figure & ground.
Rendering (1 x A3 poster)


Different media should be explored

Present a collection of small studies
(Studies should 2X ...
Student work
Gemma Smith
Heath
Nash
Timothy Mvambo
JEWELLERY AS HEALING

‘Vapo’
pendant
‘Vapo’
pendant
Forms &
shapes
• 3-D folding &
fastening • circle for
cotton pad
• triangle for
VICKS
Purpose /
functionali...
Swatches
• collect & stitch
on a card

Colours
• analogous blues / greens
• white contrast
• galvanized metal

NOW DO THE
...
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Jewellery rendering

  1. 1. RENDERING - A highly illusionistic method of drawing (usually used in Design) IMAGINARY DESIGN! But……… references from the real world Illusions of: • form (with tone & colour) • space • texture Don’t forget: • composition • shape
  2. 2. Step 1: draw shapes of shell – lines only Step 2: draw imaginary patterns, silver casing & hook – look at samples for ideas – lines only
  3. 3. Step 3: choose pencil crayons that may work – look at the sample shell Step 4: Experiment with the colours drawing spheres. What colours will dull each other? COMPLEMENTARIES!
  4. 4. NB! 1. May Green & Purple DULL each other because the yellow in the May Green is the complement of purple. This means they shouldn’t overlap because bright jewel-like colours are needed, not dull grey colours. 2. Shells have patterns to camouflage themselves. This means patterns HIDE form. They cancel out illusions of volume. Be very careful you don’t emphasize the patterns or you will flatten the form.
  5. 5. Step 5: Use pencil crayons to create the conical & spherical illusions of form. • IGNORE THE PATTERN! • REMEMBER TO USE YOUR WHITE FIRST TO PRESERVE THE HIGHLIGHTS Last of all – put in the patterns using Indigo, Prussian Blue & Dark Sepia Where there are darks, put in DARK patterns. Where there are lights, put in LIGHT patterns.
  6. 6. Layer & scrape back with oil pastels - Look at the complementary colour scheme for figure & ground.
  7. 7. Rendering (1 x A3 poster)  Different media should be explored Present a collection of small studies (Studies should 2X size of intended piece)  An original idea for 'African Queen' OR ‘Jewellery as Healing’  http://www.corrinejewelrydesign.com/
  8. 8. Student work Gemma Smith
  9. 9. Heath Nash
  10. 10. Timothy Mvambo
  11. 11. JEWELLERY AS HEALING ‘Vapo’ pendant
  12. 12. ‘Vapo’ pendant Forms & shapes • 3-D folding & fastening • circle for cotton pad • triangle for VICKS Purpose / functionality • round cotton wool pad • essential oils (body heat) Textures • smooth plastic • smooth bumpy beads • soft cotton wool • smooth jump rings • soft cotton wrapping
  13. 13. Swatches • collect & stitch on a card Colours • analogous blues / greens • white contrast • galvanized metal NOW DO THE RENDERING!!! • pencil crayons • illusion of form; texture; space Materials & techniques • cut & fold plastics • bead net stitch • sew & wrap with cotton cord • make jump rings with galvanized wire

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