Shape 2018 Student Portfolios - Textiles and Design

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Ruffles of Nature

Georgia Clarke

Annotation

“Georgia has experimented extensively with materials, equipment and manufacturing processes that were unique and relevant to the production of her dress. Her experiments are clear as they include an aim, method and conclusions. Georgia has included evidence of each experiment and justifies how the results will influence the construction of her dress.”

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Examination Criteria

Investigation, experimentation and evaluation

Marking Guideline

  • Experiments with materials, equipment and manufacturing processes applicable to the item and modifies design and/or construction as a result of the experimentation
  • Provides thorough details of materials, equipment and manufacturing processes used and justifies their use on the basis of comprehensive investigations

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Kimono

D’arcy Lawrence

Annotation

“D’arcy provides a detailed justification that her focus area is textile art. She has provided relevant inspirations including traditional Japanese textile art such as shibori dyeing and sashiko stitching. These inspirations are clearly reflected in her kimono.
D’arcy has critically analysed the relationship of her historical and cultural inspirations to her kimono. She has a variety of well labelled pictures to illustrate her inspirations and they are presented in a contemporary manner.”

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Examination Criteria

Design Inspiration

Marking Guideline

  • Explains the relationship of the design inspiration to the nominated focus area
  • Critically analyses and explains the relationship of the design inspiration to the historical/cultural or contemporary factors that have contributed to the design and manufacture of the item/s

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Kombucha Pinafore

Asha Martin

Annotation

“Asha has production drawings that are of a professional standard for both her linen shirt and Kombucha pinafore. They are to scale, show front and back views, include measurements are well labelled. Asha has included accurately labelled fabric swatches, an itemized costing table and product label.”

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Examination Criteria

Manufacturing Specifications

Marking Guideline

  • Produces drawings that clearly reflect the textile item/s and which are of professional standard
  • Includes all the required details in the technical production plan
  • Includes a product label that contains all the required aspects appropriate to the selected focus area

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