UNIT 3 outcome 1 Analysis and practice in context
You only really understand something when you can explain it to someone else, so that they understand…
Industrial design drawings
Why are you doing this?
To develop skills in the use of drawing methods to visualise ideas and concepts – Observational, Visualisation, Presentation drawing
Produce Industrial design drawings for different PURPOSES
To create industrial design drawings two-dimensional: orthogonal drawing, and paraline: isometric appropriate to audience, contexts and ,in particular for different PURPOSES To learn methods of converting visualisation of two-dimensional representation to threedimensional representation drawing and the reverse To gain knowledge of technical drawing conventions appropriate for specified purposes, including layout, dimensions, labels, symbols and lines
Analyse existing industrial design Explain the link between your drawings and the analysis
Assessment Present: Your drawings and analysis and evaluation in a named plastic folio
Submit: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Annotated analysis of product Page of visualisation drawings from a designer’s sketchbook Observational Isometric drawings Dimensioned orthogonal drawing Explanation of how the drawings helped your analysis
TUESDAY 19ST FEB
Task 1 Observational drawings Produce drawings from observation that provide: Depiction of the product from different viewpoints What it would look like pulled apart (if it can be pulled apart How it would be used
Task 2 Visualisation drawings Produce a page of visualisation drawings from a designer’s sketchbook What ideas and decisions cold have been made in the design of the product?
Task 3 Presentation drawings Produce a scaled isometric drawing Produce a dimensioned Orthogonal drawing
Task 4 Complete an analysis (mind map) and explanation of how the drawings helped your analysis