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IMPROVING THE STANDARD OF PRESENTATION OF DESIGN SHEETS - 2
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Add colour and shade to enhance your drawings, using coloured pencils and
sometimes felt pens.
Do not use felt pens in examinations, as this is not allowed.
When trimming pictures or cutouts, cut in straight lines with a pair of
scissors, producing a neat and accurate shape. Draw the outline of the
shape to be cut (see dotted line), before using the scissors.
When gluing the cutouts to a design sheet, use a glue such as PRITT Stick, not a liquid glue. Liquid glues tend to distort the paper.
Word processing, DTP, graphics and CAD software helps to produce accurate drawings, tables and text.
Producing ‘elements’ of text and graphics on a computer and ‘pasting’ them on to a design sheet, can raise the overall standard of presentation.
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