A practical one-day workshop divided into three sessions. Ideal to have completed TEXTILES- DESIGN AND DRAWING WORKSHOP PART 1 but not compulsory.
Suitable for textile teachers across all stages, who are looking to expand their knowledge and skills in the areas of production drawing and fashion illustration, in line with current industry practices. Participate in practical drawing and rendering activities over the course of the day in design, production and illustration and walk away with an abundance of evidence you have created that is guaranteed to inspire and engage your students.
Fantastic for any textile technology teacher looking to brush up on their production drawing skills and expand on their rendering techniques for the successful communication of fabric surface and textures for fashion illustration. Be inspired and gain a greater sense of confidence for delivering the knowledge and skills to your students following the duration of this course. A refreshing, practical and inspiring day that allows for the opportunity to experiment and develop a range of references for textile project
What To Bring
Required: Felt tip pen, lead HB drawing pencil, rubber, eraser, clear plastic ruler.
Additional: If you have any water colour pencils and/or paints and rendering markers feel free to bring for the fashion drawing session, but not a requirement, as presenter will have a supply of these
Face to Face – Individual
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
This course contributes to 5.0 professional development hours.
$349 + GST (Includes morning tea, lunch, tea and coffee.)
Session 1 – Fashion Illustration and Rendering- Festival Ready
- Fashion Illustration introduction- sketching garments onto 10 head figures, analysing the face/hair/accessorie
- Festival Ready- Illustration 1. Experimenting with light source and Print rendering play
- Illustration 2. Lace/sheer garments for rendering- imitation and scaling
Session 2 – Production Drawing- Denim Essentials
- Intro to Production Drawing- Design analysis, tools, templates, tips /span>
- Back to Basics drawing activities for bag/clutch and garment
- Experimenting with denim Rendering techniques
Session 3 – Gloss and Gleam- Presentation of work
- Illustration 3. Shine and sequin rendering
- Experimenting with fur rendering
- Presentation of work- Building your corkboard using your fashion and production drawings, reference pictures and fabric samples from the day
- Take home fashion templates, illustration reference notes and experimentation work from the day for your reference
Completing TEXTILES – Design & Drawing Workshop Part 2 will contribute 5 hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 6.2.2, from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
6.2.2 Proficient Level – Participate in learning to update knowledge and practice, targeted to professional needs and school and/or system priorities.