Drawing Fundamentals is what we build all our skill sets on in all my courses, regardless if you are in my Communications Technology or Technological Design subject pathways. The ability to communicate your ideas in a graphical form is a cornerstone skill set that I wish and hope to leave you with, the learning within this module will stay, connect as well as enhance other areas of studies that can be found within the Ontario Education curriculum.
Drawing Diagnostic 01 Unit 1: Drawing Fundamentals (Submit work in Dropbox) Let's gauge our drawing communications skill sets at the beginning of our course, without any judgment, we will all evolve our skill sets to ongoing practice, including myself as your Teacher.
The entire activity is to be done on paper and then placed into Google slides as a PDF doc for submission.
Column Submission 01-Practice Drawing Circles, Square and Rectangles Column Submission 02-Practice Drawing Spheres, Cubes and Cylinders Column Submission 03-Practice Drawing Elongated Spheres, Curved Cylinders, and Curved Rectangular Boxes.
Gr11: Drawing Fundamentals Activity 01 Applied Geometry: lines, arcs, circles, boxes and rectangles. Please review the TWO practice sheets for everyone to work on, prior to commencing on our Logo Designs. I can not emphasize it enough, practising the fundamental drawing skill sets and incorporating Applied Geometry into your work will yield great results; I challenge you to prove me wrong...:) Both sheets are to be submitted on 14" X 8.5" Google Slide doc, with course title bar info, logo initials, exported as PDF doc with proper naming conventions, into our Dropbox folder in Brightspace.