#### Isometric Drawing: Lego Man

This is a step by step sequenced animated resource that allows students to develop their understanding of Isometric drawing, crating, drawing three dimensional forms in birds eye and worms eye view and finally rendering and light direction. You can click the animations back and forward to suit the pace of your class. I based this resource on the Lego man as he is made up of a wide range of geometrical forms that students need to be able to draw when designing products. This resource took me a very long time to produce and has underpinned the skills and knowledge my students have of drawing and designing in three dimensions . The lesson objectives are as follows: You will develop your freehand isometric drawing skills You will be able to use the crating technique to produce three dimensional drawings You will experiment with a range of techniques to enhance you drawings I would really appreciate it if you would leave a review of my resource.

#### Isometric 3D Letter forms

This is sequenced step by step resource demonstrating the Isometric drawing technique to produce 3D letter forms. I spent a long time creating this resource and have used it for many years with Key stage 3 and 4. It has been animated onto isometric paper to help students understand the fundamental principles of the isometric drawing technique. You can easily animate forward and backwards to cater for the different abilities in your class. I hope this helps.

#### Colour Wheel Colour Theory

This is sequenced step by step colour wheel resource with printable worksheets sheets. I spent a long time creating this resource and have used it for many years with Key stage 3 and 4. It covers detailed colour theory and includes colour theory tasks. You can move forward and backwards to support your students. You can pitch this at many levels allowing students to develop a detailed understanding of colour theory.

#### One point Perspective Numbers

This is sequenced step by step resource demonstrating the One point Perspective drawing technique to produce 3D Number forms. I spent a long time creating this resource and have used it for many years with Key stage 3. It has been animated to help students understand the fundamental principles of the One point Perspective drawing technique. You can easily animate forward and backwards to cater for the different abilities in your class. Please leave a review if you purchase this resource. I hope this helps your teaching.

#### One point Perspective Letters

This is sequenced step by step resource demonstrating the One point Perspective drawing technique to produce 3D letter forms. I have used this as a starter activity and a full lesson with rendering techniques. I spent a long time creating this resource and have used it for many years with Key stage 3. It has been animated to help students understand the fundamental principles of the One point Perspective drawing technique. You can easily animate forward and backwards to cater for the different abilities in your class. Please leave a review if you purchase this resource. I hope this helps your teaching.

#### Isometric nut and bolt step by step tutorial.

This is a step by step animated tutorial that shows students how to produce an Isometric nut and bolt. Each slide has several animated images that appear when clicked. I have created several sequenced stages that appear when you click. It also includes an orthographic drawing that you can print for students to refer to. It works very well in the class room as you can move forward and backwards when needed. Each slide also animates how to use a compass to create isometric circles. You will not be disappointed with this resource. It has been tried and tested. Lesson Objectives You will be able to produce complex Isometric drawings You will be able to accurately measure and mark out your drawing You could apply tonal shading to your Isometric drawing

#### Step by step Isometric Cube

This is a step by step sequenced PowerPoint that students can follow to create an Isometric cube with a square hole on three faces. This is a single PowerPoint slide with several sequenced stages that appear when you click. It works very well in the class room as you can move forward and backwards when needed. Each slide also animates how to use the isometric set square for each step. You will not be disappointed with this resource. It has been tried and tested and is a favorite in the departments I have worked in. You can view the full animation sequence at my you tube channel. I would really appreciate it if you would leave a review of my resource. www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctMtVbehdXA&amp;list=PLT6Fms60aenCgeRB_F5MR3mb2V6LXriE7&amp;index=4 The lesson objectives are as follows. You will be able to understand the Isometric drawing technique You will use the Isometric drawing technique to visualise three dimensional components You must demonstrate accuracy when measuring and marking out your work