Sketching, Colour Theory and Rendering S1 Assessment Name:

Musselburgh Grammar School

Sketching, Colour Theory and Rendering Musselburgh Grammar School

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Exercise 1 Fill the box below with straight and parallel lines as directed by your teacher. DO NOT use a straight edge!

Exercise 2 Divide the box below into two. Then divide one of those boxes in two. Keep going until you canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t draw another line.

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Exercise 3 Divide the boxes below in to equal divisions as demonstrated by your teacher.

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Exercise 4 Accurately sketch circles, arcs and curves in each of the following boxes, as demonstrated by your teacher.

Exercise 5 Your teacher shall demonstrate and explain what we use thick and thin lines for. Apply this knowledge to the following blocks.

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Exercise 6

Trace the following objects and use your knowledge of thick and thin lines to outline them.

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Exercise 7 Your teacher shall demonstrate the different methods of rendering we use in CDT.

THINGS TO CONSIDER  how will you hold the pencil  make sure you warm up with some scribbles  make sure your pencil has a long point  how are you going to achieve neat edges  where is the light coming from  identify the lightest and darkest faces lightest

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2B pencil darkest

lightest

Colour pencil darkest

lightest

Colour pencil This technique is referred to as a stepped gradient, where each step the colour gets darker or lighter. We use this technique on flat sided models like a cube.

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Exercise 8

Add shading to the following blocks. You decide where the light source is.

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Exercise 9 Add thick and thin line and shading to the following object. Use colour.

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Exercise 10

Another rendering technique we use in CDT is referred to as a gradual gradient, or a tonal scale. Using a tonal scale, a colour starts very light then gradually gets darker until it is very dark. We use this technique on curved surfaces like a cylinder.

THINGS TO CONSIDER  how will you hold the pencil  make sure you warm up with some scribbles  make sure your pencil has a long point  how are you going to achieve neat edges  where is the light coming from  identify the lightest and darkest faces lightest

darkest

2B pencil darkest

lightest

Colour pencil darkest

lightest

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Exercise 11 Add thick and thin lines and tonal shading to the following objects.

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Exercise 12

Add thick and thin line and shading to the following object. Use colour.

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Exercise 13

Complete the Colour Wheel.

Exercise 14 Use coloured pencil and add colours to the following boxes. Primary Colours Secondary Colours Warm Colours Cool Colours Complimentary Colours Harmonising Colours Receding Colours Advancing Colours

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Exercise 15

Follow your teacherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s instructions and make the following blocks look like the stated materials.

Metal

Sponge

Concrete

Wood

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Assessment Using all of the knowledge and skills you have gained, complete the following drawings using all sketching techniques, thick and thin lines, stepped and gradient rendering and realistic rendering of materials. Good Luck!

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S1 Sketching Unit

CDT@MGS S1 sketching unit