Design by Norman Lucking (auth.)

By Norman Lucking (auth.)

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They should not be inhibited by processes that are seen as ends in themselves. Drawing or sketching has proved to be one of the most effective communication methods for the designer. Even sketching can have its drawbacks, however, if the drawings are considered as 'works of art' and do Core Studies not stimulate a free flow of ideas. In most areas of design, therefore, you will be encouraged to draw as much as possible. You must develop your drawing skills to a point at which you 'talk' and 'think' with your pencil, marker or brush.

To give you guidance in analysing images and artefacts. • To make you more aware of the relationship between different design specialisms. • To help you develop a sense of social responsibility. • To make you aware of the factors that promote the need for design. • To help you develop your own design philosophy. • To make you more aware of contemporary design and designers, so that you can appreciate their work and suitability for potential employment. Business Management and Professional Practice Studies An essential element of any BTEC course, whether it is in design, catering or engineering, is that the students will be preparing themselves for a job.

Even sketching can have its drawbacks, however, if the drawings are considered as 'works of art' and do Core Studies not stimulate a free flow of ideas. In most areas of design, therefore, you will be encouraged to draw as much as possible. You must develop your drawing skills to a point at which you 'talk' and 'think' with your pencil, marker or brush. You must learn not only to draw quickly but also accurately. If your drawing does not justify the image in your mind you can get depressed or decide to change your ideas.

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