Use graphic communication techniques and processes, appropriate to your work and personal intentions for example:
Graphic Communication is a practical drawing subject which requires:
You need the capability of a good standard of drawing and presentation as you will be required to communicate your ideas using good quality drawings
and visual language.
You should have an interest in art and enjoy using specific computer softwares to develop ideas.
Coursework 60% of the total marks (Internally Assessed)
Exam Based Project 40% of the total marks (Internally Assessed)
The course allows pupils to express their creativity and produce visually effective pieces of work. They will learn how to use Adobe Illustrator and explore layout and typography to produce professional pieces of work.
There are various careers in Graphics. Here are some examples:
Graphic Designer; Web Designer; Photographer; Art Director; Animator; Illustrator; Printmaker; Production designer theatre / T.V
Please contact: E.Heafield on email@example.com
“Graphics is my favourite subject in school, it allows me to express myself and create work that not only do I want to do, but that looks amazing! Mrs Heafield teaches us to experiment through Adobe Illustrator and produce work that could actually be sold in a shop!”
“All the mini projects we have done have taught me lots of skills, things that I didn’t know how to do before, now I have started my major project I have been allowed to pick my own topic that I am interested in, and I am just producing this amazing sketchbook that looks so cool!”