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This represents 50% of your course mark at National 5 (60 marks) and will cover your added value unit for National 4. Opportunity to demonstrate your skills learned through the S3 and into S4. A maximum of 10 A3 pages to complete your task. This PowerPoint will take you through each section to aid you on your way.
Research The brief and target market and record your research for later use. Preliminary Graphics Sketch and dimension your idea Create dimensioned preliminary sketches of the product and a modelling plan to enable production drawings to be made. Create an illustration of one of the components Create CAD production drawings to include relevant manufacturing detail. Create a production drawing that shows how the product assembles. Design and create a graphic layout to promote and display the product Include: the product name, catchy slogan and additional information in the promotional layout Include a positive image of a young person in the promotion. Evaluate your use of design elements and principles and DTP features in your promotional layout. Production DrawingsPromotional GraphicsEvaluation
Logo/Design ideas Sketching ideas and colour choices 3 graphical areas explored
Orthographic Sketching: You must provide enough information to allow 3D models to be built and assembled. Orthographic sketches can be dimensioned and split up into the parts National 4 – 2 parts min National 5 – 3 parts min Remember to apply the correct drawing standards and conventions: Third angle projection Correct line types Correct and enough dimensioning Remember to: Sketch freehand Use construction techniques Use good proportion in your sketching
Making a modelling plan is the best way to analyse a component and identify challenges. Helps you to work out how you will model a component. Remember there are different ways to model each component. Remember to: Use freehand sketches Use a mix of 2D and pictorial sketching Annotate your sketches to explain the modelling techniques you will use.
This is an important part of your assignment and is worth 15 marks in total. You will most likely need a minimum of 2 pages for this part. One page should be dedicated to individual component parts and include dimensions. The second page should include assembled views without dimensions Think about including: One clear pictorial view One enlarged view Ensure that: Drawings are detailed and accurate Using correct projection methods Views are aligned accurately Line types correct Dimensioning correct Labelling is clear and in correct place Title block is correct and detailed Third angle projection symbol is in place Correct scales have been used. NB – you don’t need dimension every part of the drawing.
Preliminary designs for promotional layouts will allow you to create an exciting layout that you can bring to life on the computer. When producing your thumbnails think about: What type of images will appeal to the target market? What colours might they like? What does the brief ask for? What size of space do you need to fill? How much text can you use? Don’t forget design elements and principles and DTP features learned as these will help give visual impact. You must measure out the advertising spaces before you plan your layouts. It is vital that you work with accurate dimensions and the correct proportions.