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Year 10: Shoe Drawings



The following drawings of shoes were produced during a formal Orthogonal Drawing Project set for Year 10 students at Kormilda College, Northern Territory, Australia. The teacher was Helena Nield.

 

Students were told they would be spending five weeks on a drawing assignment where the subject would be a shoe, so they had the option to draw the shoe they normally wear, or bring one in. The first week focused on timed warm up drawings, continuous drawing technique and an understanding of different tonal rendering. Students then learnt formal drawing methods such as 1,2 & 3 point perspective, Isometric and orthogonal projections. Students then had to complete An isometric, orthogonal and observational drawing and demonstrate stippling, cross hatching and mixed media as a rendering technique on their final drawings.


 


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5 Responses to “Year 10: Shoe Drawings”

  1. max says:

    Hi Helena, No need for apologies and thanks enormously for the information. I’ll try to update it today. Let me know where you are and perhaps we can chat about other work and ideas. My email address is max@artseducationguru.com and it’s easier to chat there then here…I remember you well from Kormilda. Cheers Max

  2. Helena Baker says:

    Hi Max,
    Sorry I did not receive a notification of your reply.
    Students were told they would be spending five weeks on a drawing assignment where the subject would be a shoe, so they had the option to draw the shoe they normally wear, or bring one in. The first week focused on timed warm up drawings, continuous drawing technique and an understanding of different tonal rendering. Students then learnt formal drawing methods such as 1,2 & 3 point perspective, Isometric and orthogonal projections. Students then had to complete An isometric, orthogonal and observational drawing and demonstrate stippling, cross hatching and mixed media as a rendering technique on their final drawings.

  3. max says:

    I’d love some details please…that would be great.

  4. max says:

    Hi Helena, I’d love some further information for this wonderful activity. You can post it below where it’s safe or send it to my email address max@artseducationguru.com Thanks for your comment.

  5. Helena Baker says:

    Hi – I’m Helena Baker, the teacher for this assignment. (Nield was my married name.) I can provide more details for the task if you’d like?




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