Course Title: Apply techniques to produce drawings
Part B: Course Detail
Teaching Period: Term2 2010
Course Code: VART5932C
Course Title: Apply techniques to produce drawings
School: 350T Fashion & Textiles
Campus: Brunswick Campus
Program: C5213 - Diploma of Textile Design and Development
Course Contact : Pat Jones
Course Contact Phone: +61 3 99259159
Course Contact Email:Pat.Jones@rmit.edu.au
Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff
Phillip Doggett - Williams email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nominal Hours: 50
Regardless of the mode of delivery, represent a guide to the relative teaching time and student effort required to successfully achieve a particular competency/module. This may include not only scheduled classes or workplace visits but also the amount of effort required to undertake, evaluate and complete all assessment requirements, including any non-classroom activities.
Pre-requisites and Co-requisites
This course is delivered concurrently with
VART 5905C Use of colour in textiles and
VART 5903CTextile design influences.
VART5904C Assist in the development of textile designs
Projects and assessment tasks have been designed to directly link to each of these competencies.
It is recommended that students ensure that enrollment in each of these courses occurs during the same teaching period.
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to use techniques, materials and tools for the production of drawings. As such the unit covers general knowledge and the application of basic techniques, which would generally be nominated by the supervisor. It is a specialisation unit and refers to a specific art form. This work would usually be carried out under supervision. It therefore differs from the units which relate to core drawing techniques for concept representation.
Drawing tasks undertaken in this course will be directly applied into Design units
National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria
National Element Code & Title:
CUVVSP14A Apply techniques to produce drawings
1. Prepare and maintain physical resources to produce drawings
1.1 Correctly identify and select tools and materials required for
2. Use and test drawing techniques
2.1 Safely use techniques for the production of drawings 2.2 Use and test nominated techniques to determine the capability of the technique and its application
3. Produce the drawings
3.1 Determine concept for the proposed drawings based on own ideas or supplied information 3.2 Correctly identify the steps and resources required to produce the proposed drawings 3.3 Select appropriate tools and materials for the specific drawings 3.4 Calculate correct quantities of materials required and minimise waste where possible 3.5 Use techniques, tools and materials safely to produce the final drawings
This studio based course gives students the opportunity to undertake practical assessment tasks that enable them to apply -
• general knowledge of physical properties and capabilities of the most commonly used materials and tools used in drawings
• general knowledge of different styles of drawing and the work of key practitioners
• overview knowledge of the formal elements and principles of design
• introductory knowledge of the historical and theoretical contexts for drawing
• typical work space and tool requirements for the production of different types drawings
• cleaning and maintenance techniques for tools used in drawing
• awareness of copyright, moral rights and intellectual property issues
• environmental issues associated with the tools and materials used in drawing
• organisational and legislative occupational health and safety procedures in relation to drawing
• literacy skills sufficient to read product safety labels
• numeracy skills sufficient to calculate quantities
Details of Learning Activities
On completion of the course students will be able to demonstrate the skills and knowledge of a range of drawing styles to:
• facilitate integrated course content across the Textile Diploma.
• provide general knowledge and basic drawing techniques relevant to Textile and other Design industries.
Weekly learning activities are structured to progressively provide fundamental drawing skills and knowledge from basic to more complex and will include;
• discussions of underpinning knowledge;
• demonstration of skills and technique;
• students engaged in applied learning exercises.
Professional studio practice is conducted primarily in the classroom at tables and easels plus
field trips to sites relevant to the practice of specific learning activities and industry research.
|1.||Industry and Design – drawing in context.
Exercises in ‘how to’ drawing fundamentals.
oil crayon, ink and brush
|2.|| What constitutes a work of art/design? Intro to Flower project
(week 1 of 7).
Produce drawings based on set theme - Silhouette and contour.
EXCURSION; BOTANICAL GARDENS (week 2 of 7)
For session 4:
|4.|| Flower project (week 3 of 7) Contour Drawing and Principle of Variation. Produce drawings from collected data - range of media.
|5.|| Flower project (week 4 of 7) Composition - Shape, Plane and Colour.
Apply design principles to advance drawings in creative process.
Produce/collect digital printout/s for use in mixed media drawing.
|6.||Flower project (week 5 of 7) Mixed Media - arrange elements to formulate mixed media composition. Advance mixed media drawing utilising digital printout/s.
|7.||Flower project (week 6 of 7) Mixed Media
Complete mixed media drawing - finalise presentations
Flower project (week 7 of 7)
Student presentations of Flower project.
(Intro ’colour and form’ project)
|9.||Colour and Form Project (week 1 of 3)
Drawing to create 3D form.
Contour and shape
Colour and Form Project. (week 2 of 3)
Form and Space in 3D Drawing
Colour’ project (week 3 of 3)
(Intro "Tribes Project)
‘Tribes ’ project - 4 week project. (session 1 of 4)
‘Tribes’ project - 3 week project. (session 2 of 4). Review ‘week 12’ sketches and information collected during week.
’Tribes’ project (Week 3 of 4)
|15.|| ‘Tribes’ project. (Week 4 of 4)
|16.||Review and folio preparation|
WEEK 1: Bring smock or apron; 2 small hand towels; A 4 journal (pen to take notes) .
Material fees already paid for by students will predominately provide for general material needs in classroom time.
A personal ’drawing kit’ for out of class drawing activity is required but should not be purchased before week 1 classes begin and is discussed with the drawing teacher..
DRAWING KIT CONSISTS OF :kneadable eraser; micador (or similar brand) water soluble crayons pkt of 24; set of 12 dry pastels (Art Spectrum or similar) - B & W, red, yellow, blue, brown, green, yellow ochre + personal choice; HB, 2B,4B pencil; coptic pens (optional); small drawing board; set of gouache colours plus black and two whites.
A1 folder to hold drawings.
Overview of Assessment
To achieve successful completion of this course students must demonstrate an understanding of all elements of competency.
Assessement tasks have been designed to measure achievement of each competency in a flexible manner.
Assessment will incorporate a variety of methods including:
Visual Diary /journal
Problem solving and drawing exersices
Folio of drawings
indvidual and group presentations
The students are advised that they are likely to be asked to personally demonstrate their assessment work to their teacher.
This unit is concurrently delivered with VART 5905C Use of Colour in Textiles and VART 5903C AnalyseTextile Design Influences and VART5904C Assist in the development of textile designs
Several assessement tasks will be assessed across these courses.
This is a studio based course, students will undertake projects that require them to demonstrate successful completion of projects:
1. Journal / Visual Diary containing reflections on process, practice drawing, research - references and image bank . 20%
Note: journal/visual diary resources will be collected and also applied in conjunction with:
Textile design influences VART 5903C
Development of textile designs VART 5904C
Use of colour in textiles VART 5905C
2. Checklists encompassing OHS, professional studio practice, specific drawing skills, presentations. 10%
3. Drawing Folio - containing sketches and finsihed drawings 70%
Journal, Visual diary
|1. Prepare and maintain physical resources to produce drawings||1.1 |
|2. Use and test drawing techniques||2.2||2.1||2.2|
|3. Produce the drawings||3.1||
Drawing and Design tasks will be set in studio sessions and details of all submissions will be provided with project briefs.
This course is delivered in a simulated studio/workshop environmwent.
OHS policies and proceedures must be adhered to at all times.
Students must wear fully covered shoes at all times.
It is strongly recomended that students wear overalls or protective clothing while drawing.
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