DVC 2 Instrumental NZQA exemplars

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Instrumental drawing exemplars
NZQA
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Lesley Pearce Team Solutions Auckland University
Draft Step ups from Level 1
91338 (2.31): Produce working
drawings to communicate technical
details of a design
Technical details
• refers to the information related to the design.
They describe the functional and aesthetic
qualities of the design
• Working drawings are a set of related 2D
(orthographic) drawings which may include
but are not limited to: components, assembly,
sectional view/auxiliary view/true
shape/surface development, construction
details
Draft Assessment schedule 2.31
Achieved
producing a set of related scaled drawings, using
conventions, showing complex visual information
Merit
producing an accurate set of related scaled
drawings, using conventions, that communicate
details of a design
producing a coherent set of related scaled
drawings, using conventions, that communicate
details of a design
clearly
communicate
Excellence
effectively
communicate
2.31 Draft Schedule
Achieved
Merit
Excellence
Communicate means:
Clearly communicate:
Effectively communicates:
Using working drawings to
communicate technical
details of own design ideas
involves:
Use working drawings to
clearly communicate
technical details of own
design ideas involves:
Use working drawings to
effectively communicate
technical details of own
design ideas involves:
using a set of
interconnected measured
drawings that represent an
outcome with conventions.
using accurate
representation and use of
drawing skills and
appropriate conventions
showing visual information
not visible in the main
outline, or complex shape
and form.
using consistently accurate
representation and
drawing skills and
appropriate conventions
a coherency in the
selection of drawings used,
so they communicate
relevant visual information.
Produce a set of
interconnected 2D
instrumental working
drawing to show a single
design outcome.
Demonstrate an ability to
use drawing convention to
show design decisions.
Demonstrate an ability to
apply drawing skills to
show design decision
appropriate for level 2.
The set of working
drawings show in depth
information not visible in
the main outlines.
The set of drawings work
together to effectively
communicate the design
idea using relevant views
and information.
2D instrumental working
drawings show drawing
conventions applied
appropriately.
2D instrumental working
drawings show drawing
conventions applied
appropriately.
2D instrumental working
2D instrumental working
drawings show an ability to drawings show an ability to
use quality drawing skills.
use quality drawing skills to
accurately represent the
design decision.
Clarification of Terminology
Design ideas are candidate-generated responses to a design brief and
process.
Working drawings are a set of interconnected, measured 2D drawings,
which may include the following:
Components, Assembly, sectional view / auxiliary view / true shape /
surface development , structure, layouts, construction details.
Drawing conventions are the range of conventions (line types, projection
methods, dimensions, scale etc) that are associated with the formal working
drawings. Drawing conventions need to be appropriate to the drawing type
and correctly applied. Drawing skills also draws on relevant standards and
codes of practice.
Drawing skills are the range of skills associated with line work, drawing
layout, accuracy of drawn information, and presentation.
Instrumental working drawings may include computer-generated drawings
that are produced using standards and conventions.
Excellence
91065 (1.32): Produce instrumental
paraline drawings to communicate
design ideas
• Conventions of instrumental perspective
projection drawings include use of picture
plane, station point, eye level lines, ground
level lines, vanishing points and height lines.
• Detail of design features may include but is
not limited to the features of such things as
windows, door handles, fasteners, reliefs,
fittings
Draft Assessment schedule 2.32
Achieved
Merit
Clearly
communicate
Excellence
Effectively
communicate
using perspective drawing techniques to show
design features
applying appropriate conventions
accurately using perspective drawing techniques
to show the detail of the design features
selecting a view point that enables the detail of
the design features to be shown
selecting and accurately using perspective drawing
techniques to show the detail of the design
features
SAMPLE ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE
Achieved
Merit
Excellence
Communicate refers to 3D drawings
that show design ideas, using
instrumental drawing techniques.
Clearly communicate refers to
accurate 3D drawings that
communicate design ideas with detail.
Detail could include visual information
about the internal components,
design features and/or complex form.
Effectively communicate refers to
precise paraline drawings that
comprehensively convey the design
intent. This could be shown through
e.g. series of related drawings,
exploded view, sequential or cut away
views.
communicate design ideas.
clearly communicate design
ideas.
drawings produced using a
recognised parallel line
pictorial method such as:
isometric, trimetric,
diametric, oblique and
planometric
drawing constructed using
instrumental drawing
techniques
use of construction lines and
outlines.
effectively communicate
design ideas.
also:
the inclusion of visual
comprehensively convey the
information about the
design intent, using related
internal components, design
drawings such as: exploded
features and/or complex form views, sequential views
drawings constructed using
and/or cut away views
accurate instrumental
drawings constructed using
techniques.
precise instrumental
techniques; accuracy in
measurement, line intensity
and line clarity.
2.22
2.32
Angular Perspective

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