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Student Record National Qualifications Graphic Communication 2008/ 2009 INTERMEDIATE 2 Graphic Presentation Folio Fill in these particulars. Full name of Centre Centre Number Site (where appropriate) Forename(s) Surname Date of Birth Scottish Candidate Number NOTE: The Student Record has been designed to record the work of your Graphic Presentation Folio. It should also help to ensure that your Graphic Presentation Folio meets the assessment requirements. Teacher/ lecturers must refer to “Guidance on Assessment - Graphic Presentation Folio” (Diet 2008/ 2009) before attempting to complete this form. Assessment Requirements 1 The Graphic Presentation Folio, which is worth 30% of the total marks for the Intermediate 2 Graphic Communication assessment, must be your own work. 2 The Graphic Presentation Folio should consist of 4 to 5 pages of work. 3 In completing the Student Record, all photocopied, scanned, captured, or clip art images used must be acknowledged. A description of any work carried out to enhanced, photocopied, scanned, captured, or clip art images must also be declared; as well as acknowledging the source of all other images. 4 All CAD, Illustration or computer graphic work produced by following a directed approach, such as by step-by-step guide or wizard is not valid for assessment purposes. 5 The candidate declaration must be completed for a submission to be valid. I have read and understood the assessment requirements of the Graphic Presentation Folio. Signature of Candidate ________________________________ Date____________

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  • Student Record National Qualifications Graphic Communication 2008/ 2009 INTERMEDIATE 2 Graphic Presentation Folio

    Fill in these particulars. Full name of Centre Centre Number

    Site (where appropriate)

    Forename(s) Surname

    Date of Birth Scottish Candidate Number

    NOTE: The Student Record has been designed to record the work of your Graphic Presentation Folio. It should also help to ensure that your Graphic Presentation Folio meets the assessment requirements. Teacher/ lecturers must refer to Guidance on Assessment - Graphic Presentation Folio (Diet 2008/ 2009) before attempting to complete this form. Assessment Requirements 1 The Graphic Presentation Folio, which is worth 30% of the total marks for the

    Intermediate 2 Graphic Communication assessment, must be your own work. 2 The Graphic Presentation Folio should consist of 4 to 5 pages of work. 3 In completing the Student Record, all photocopied, scanned, captured, or clip art

    images used must be acknowledged. A description of any work carried out to enhanced, photocopied, scanned, captured, or clip art images must also be declared; as well as acknowledging the source of all other images.

    4 All CAD, Illustration or computer graphic work produced by following a directed approach, such as by step-by-step guide or wizard is not valid for assessment purposes.

    5 The candidate declaration must be completed for a submission to be valid. I have read and understood the assessment requirements of the Graphic Presentation Folio. Signature of Candidate ________________________________ Date____________

  • Graphic Communication Intermediate 2 Graphic Presentation Folio The Student Record is used by candidates to provide a detailed description of how each item was produced Section 2. Computer-Aided Drawing Orthographic Detailed Orthographic Item(s)/ Page(s) _____________ The four parts of the sharpener were created in Inventor then assembled. A drawing template was created and the orthographic drawing was produced.

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    Graphic Communication Intermediate 2 Graphic Presentation Folio The Student Record is used by candidates to provide a detailed description of how each item was produced Section 3. Computer-Aided Drawing Pictorial Pictorial Line Drawing Item(s)/ Page(s) _____________ The four parts of the sharpener were created in Inventor then assembled. A drawing template was created and the Pictorial drawing was produced.

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    Graphic Communication Intermediate 2 Graphic Presentation Folio The Student Record is used by candidates to provide a detailed description of how each item was produced Section 4. Computer-Aided Illustration & Presentation Creative and effective use of backgrounds, text, layout, etc Item(s)/ Page(s) _____________ Inventor Studio was loaded and the assembly of the sharpener was rendered in it. The final render was saved as a bit map and was then imported into Serif DrawPlus. A background was added and a frame was placed round this. Text was then added and envelopes were added to the text.

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    Graphic Communication Intermediate 2 Graphic Presentation Folio The Student Record is used by candidates to provide a detailed description of how each item was produced Section 5. Desktop Publishing Presentation Effective integration of text and graphics Item(s)/ Page(s) _____________

    PagePlus was open up and a new page was created. I then created a new text frame with 3 columns which I linked so that my text would flow from frame to frame.

    I then inserted all my pictures into my leaflet and set the word wrap for them. The inventor picture of the pencil sharpener was sized, rotated and a transparency set to the background.

    I then typed in the heading and used the envelope tool to manually shape the header.

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    Graphic Communication Intermediate 2 Teacher/ Lecturer Assessment of Graphic Presentation Folio Teacher/ lecturers must refer to Guidance for Assessment- Graphic Presentation Folio (Diet 2008/ 2009) before attempting to complete this form. Candidate _______________________________________________________ Do not use marks on this form.

    Item No.

    Assessment Criteria Max. Marks Mark

    AwardedOfficial

    Use

    Section 1. Manual Rendering and Presentation

    Creative and effective use of backgrounds, text, layout, etc

    6 4

    Section 2. Computer-Aided Drawing Orthographic

    Detailed Orthographic

    6 6

    Section 3. Computer-Aided Drawing Pictorial

    Pictorial Line Drawing

    6 6

    Section 4. Computer-Aided Illustration & Presentation

    Creative use of rendering and effective use of backgrounds, text, layout, etc

    6 6

    Section 5. Desktop Publishing Presentation

    Effective integration of text and graphics

    6 6

    Total Marks 30 28

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    Intermediate 2

    Graphic Graphic Presentation Folio

    (Total marks awarded 28/30) Section 1. Manual Rendering and Presentation The candidate has made a good attempt at sketching a complex subject but the rendering was deemed to be fair. Although there was evidence of tonal scale, highlights and reflections being used, the overall quality of the presentation was spoilt by the heavy graphite pencil lines that were evident beneath the rendering. The actual rendering was rough in places with the actual colour going in many directions and not uniformly in one direction. The presentation used three different forms of medium (coloured pencil, pastel and pen for the lettering) and some text has been added to the background. If the overall quality of the rendering had been better, this piece of work would have gained full marks. 4 marks out of 6 were awarded. Section 2. Computer-Aided Drawing - Orthographic The candidate has made a good choice of subject with a variety of parts making it easier to meet the required criteria. The three views have been well laid out and show the appropriate lines types and labels. The model has been created using a modeling package and the orthographic drawings have been generated from the model (this can be seen clearly in the history). Additional marks above unit standard have been awarded for the sectional view and the overall complexity of the drawing. A maximum 6 marks are awarded Section 3. Computer-Aided Drawing Pictorial A very good Pictorial drawing which shows the model in good detail and meets the criteria at unit standard. Additional marks were awarded for the exploded isometric which has been drawn to a different scale and for the overall complexity. The only criticism that could be made about this piece of work was that the trails should have been removed in the exploded isometric. A maximum 6 marks are awarded. Section 4. Computer-Aided Illustration and Presentation The candidate has produced a quality piece of work which meets all the criteria. The presentation shows a nicely rendered item which shows good use of materials and clearly demonstrates the effects of light on an object. The presentation has been further enhanced with the creative use of clipart as a background and artistic text. A maximum 6 marks are awarded Section 5. Desktop Publishing Presentation Once again the candidate has produced a quality piece of work which meets all the criteria. The page shows three well laid out columns of text and aligned clipart. Additional features such as drop caps, word wrap, rotated graphics, fancy bullets and artistic text for the header all add to the overall effectiveness of the leaflet. A maximum 6 marks are awarded

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    Student Record The candidate has produced a well laid out record of how each piece of computer based work was produced. The use of screen dumps has made it easier for the verifier to follow how each piece of work was created and why marks were awarded by the centre.

  • Exploded Isometric ( 3:2 )

    Isometric View ( 2 : 1 )

    Intermediate 2 Name Class

    Date CompletedTitle

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    Elevation Sectional End Elevation C-C

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  • One art medium that isrelatively inexpensive,offers extensive color blends,textural opportunity, excitingcontrasts, can be used dry, wet orwith mixed media, has quickdrying time, requires no furtherfixatives, special papers, oradditives, can be easily carriedany where, and is simple

    and fun to use, is ofcourse, coloredpencil. Whew! And

    that's a fact!Two handy tools to

    have available for allcolored pencil work are a sandingboard and small sharpener forsharp and angled pointadjustments. In this section, some very basicmethods of colored penciltechniques will be presented,some very easy and somerequiring a bit more applicationskill.Here is the first practice sheet weused. Won't you get your pencilsready and join us!For color pencil drawing, a good,firm, fine-toothed paper is essen-tial. The examples above weredrawn on Arches Aquarelle(watercolor) hot-pressed paper,which took many more layers ofcolor, and gave much better re-sults when blending, without thepatchiness evident on cheapsketch paper. A heavily sized pa-per, such as the watercolor paper,will give different results to amore velvety 'Velours' paper.

    q Shading - Make a series ofshaded areas, solid and gradu-ated. How much variation canyou achieve? How smoothlycan you blend two overlaidcolors? Make sure you use alight touch and graduallybuild up the color.

    q Hatching - hatch a large areawith straight marks - avoidmaking hatches that curve inan arc created by your wrist orarm movement. Try stoppinga series of hatch marks along aline, to create an edge.

    q Cross-hatching - lay down anarea of regular hatching, thenhatch across it at right angles.Create areas of fine hatchingand coarse. How does it lookwhen you use similar colors?Complementary colors? Tryoverlaying multiple layers andcolors.

    q Scumbling - create fine andcoarse areas of scumbling.Use regular even circles andrandom irregular circles. Tryscumbling over a smoothlyshaded area. Use a variety ofcolor combinations.

    q Burnishing - go over and overthe same area, starting lightlyand building pressure, untilyou have a smooth, solidblock of color. Try alternatingcolors or shades, laying lightover dark and vice-versa.

    q Incising - Lay down two thicklayers of contrasting color.Try using a variety of imple-ments to scratch away the toplayer - a knife-blade, a knit-ting needle or chopstick, acomb.

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