3.14.1 Art & Design Paper 1 (442/1)
SECTION A (20 marks)
Answer ALL the questions in this section in the spaces provided.
1 (a) Study the composition below.
(b)Explain the tenn “pendant” with reference to ornaments.(2 marks)
(c) Give two basic reasons for decorating fabrics.(2 marks)
(d) What is the difference between human ﬁgure drawing and portraiture?(2 marks)
(e) State two reasons why a fabric may be crumpled, twisted or plaited when using it to create a collage.(2 marks)
(f) Study the print below.
(g) Explain the term “priming” and state its function in painting.(2 marks)
(h)Identify the visual symbol illustrated above and state its function.(2 marks)
(j)Identify the type face represented by the letter above and name the part labelled X.
Answer ALL the questions from this section in the spaces provided. below.
3 The illustration below represents a process in the production of an artwork.
4 Explain the following techniques of decorating clay articles:
(a) incising;(1 mark)
(b) Slip trailing;(1 mark)
(0) Inlaying;(1 mark)
(d) Excising;(1 mark)
(e) S grafﬁto;(1 mark)
5 In the space provided, create an inverse repeat pattern using the motif below.(5 marks)
“A noble character is not inherited,
It is earned by individual effort".
SECTION C (15 marks)
Answer any ONE question from this section.
Write your answers in the space provided after question 9.
7 (a) Name the structure illustrated below and state the material used to construct it.(3 marks)
8 (b) What is a badge? (1 mark)
(b) Name and explain four components of a badge. (12 marks)
(c) State two functions of colour in a badge. (2 marks)
9 (a) With the aid of a labelled illustration describe the term ‘waisting’ in reference to weaving. (4 marks)
(b) Explain four ways of achieving ﬁrmness of yarn in a mat made using the ghiordes knot. (8 marks)
(c) State three main ways of ﬁnishing a woven mat. (3 marks)
3.14.2 Art & Design Paper 2 Practical (442/2)
Answer only ONE question chosen from EITHER alternative A OR alternative B.
ALTERNATIVE A: DRAWING OR PAINTING
You are instructed that the use of rulers and other mechanical devices is forbidden in this alternative.
1 Create a close-up drawing depicting a small boy and girl joyfully playing with pebbles. The Working area is 35cm by 45cm.
2 Create a pictorial composition based on the following description:
It is the end of a busy market day. Passengers of different ages are struggling to be the ﬁrst to board the only home bound public service vehicle on the route.
The composition should be in an area of 35cm by 45cm.
ALTERNATIVE B: GRAPHIC DESIGN
You are instructed that the use of rulers and other mechanical devices as well as tracing paper is allowed. The colour of the working surface (paper) will not be considered as one of the colours required in any question.
3 The Ministry of Health has embarked on a mission to enlighten the public about Drug and Substance Abuse.
In three colours, design a poster Warning the public against Drug and Substance Abuse. The Work should be within an area of 35cm by 45cm.
4 “Trendy - tex” a company dealing with production of unisex clothing requires a logo, letterhead and an envelope.
In an area measuring 35cm by 45cm and in three colours, design a:
(a) Logo measuring 9cm by 9cm.
(b) Letterhead measuring 30cm by 21cm.
(c) Envelope measuring 25cm by 17cm.
4.14.1 Art & Design Paper 1 (442/1)
SECTION A (20 marks)
1. (a)Texture and line. 2 marks
Rhythm/movement 1 mark
(b)A hanging ornamental object suspended from a necklace or earring. 2 marks
(c)(i) To enhance the aesthetic value of the fabric.
(ii) Acts as a symbol/ identity of status role.
(iii) To add economic value to the fabric.
(iv) Communication through pictorial symbols/colour and words.
Any two, 1 mark each = 2 marks
(d)Human ﬁgure drawing is the depiction of a human form, Whereas portraiture is a close study / rendition of the characteristics of a speciﬁc person from the head to torso/ shoulder. 2 marks
(e)(i) To create textural effect.
(ii) To deﬁne form.
(ii) Ti create three dimensional effect.
Any two points 1 mark each. 2 marks
(f)Block printing / Relief printing (wood block/linoleum). 1 mark
(g) (i) Coating a surface/canvas/fabric with undercoat or primer in preparation for painting. 1 mark
' To reduce absorption.
' To stabilize the painting surface/make it stiff or ﬁrm/isolates the support
(canvas) from damaging ingredients in the paint hence preventing disintegration of the canvas.
' Provides a smooth surface that accepts the paint, letting the paint brush ﬂow better thus adequate adhesion.
Any 1 x 1 : 1 mark
(h)Eco environment recycle symbol. 1 mark
- Re-use/recycle materials.
- To create awareness on proper use of the environment.
Any 1 x 1=1 mark
(i) - Hue is another name for colour, used to differentiate one colour from another/it's the attribute of a colour by virtue of Which it is discernible as red, green, blue etc.
- Pigment is a natural colouring matter, a powder which is mixed with a solvent (binder) to make paint.
(j) Type face: Roman letter.
Part labelled X is Serif. 2 marks
SECTION B (25 marks)
- Three dimensional effect. 1 mark
- Scales 1 mark
- Fins 1 mark
Total 4 marks
4. (a) Incising: Carving/cutting grooves/shapes slightly to create patterns.
(b) Slip trailing: Application of coloured slip onto an object, then scratch to create designs,
(c) Inlaying: To set decorative pieces on clay into a clay surface to make a design that is usually level with the surface.
(d) Excising: cut out/through patterns/designs.
(e) Sgrafﬁto: Scratch the design on the surface and then apply coloured slip. 5 marks
- Calligraphic characteristics.
- Creativity and aesthetics. 2 marks
Interpretation (inverse) 2 marks
Repeat pattern 2 marks
Execution 1 mark
(ii) Legibility and readability of letters:
- Uniformity of letters.
- Spacing between letters, words and lines
Total 5 marks
SECTION C (15 marks)
7. (a) (i) Armature: a sculpture framework for supporting the clay or other plastic material in modelling. 2 marks
(ii) Made using thin wire. 1 mark
(b) (b) Process of making a form in "papier mache".
(i)Collect the required materials, tools and equipment.
(ii)Cut /tear/shred the paper into small pieces.
(ii)Soak in water and leave it to soften and set for at least 3 days.
(iii)Drain the water and add glue or cold water paste.
(iv)Pound into a homogenous pulp/state.
(v)Apply the pulp in small amounts on to the structure until the entire form is covered.
(vi)Keep building up the form until the desired form/shape is achieved.
(viii)Add details to deﬁne the form/shape.
(iX)Reﬁne the details/structure.
(X)Leave to dry under shade and ensure that it is completely dry.
(Xi)Apply the desired colour and leave to dry.
(Xii)Apply ﬁnish: clear vanish and leave to dry.
Each step 1 x 12 = 12 marks
8. (a)A badge is an identiﬁcation symbol worn to show membership to a group/organization/ institution, society/rank/position/status/achievement. 1 mark
(b) Components of a badge:
Main body/overall form/layout of a badge on which the components are arranged/attached (usually oval/round/circular etc).
Contains the name and pictorial representation of the institution/rank/status etc.
A decorative or beautifully designed section of the badge which bears the motto.
A short phrase stating the core values, aspirations or beliefs of an institution.
Stating = 1 mark
Explanation 2 x 4 = 8 marks
(c) Colour function in a badge:
(i) Aesthetic appeal.
(iii) A symbolic value of what the institution stands for or supports the motto.
Any 2 x 1 : 2 marks
9. (a) Waisting is a defect in a woven article caused by uneven tension of yarn ie. loose warps or tight wefts.
(i) Using thick yarn instead of thin yarn.
(ii) Firmly tying the warp threads to avoid sagging.
(m) Allowing minimum spacing between the warps.
(iv) Using plain weave after each row of ghiordes knots.
(v) Pulling the weft threads ﬁrmly at the end of each woven line.
(vi) Beating down ﬁrmly the weft threads after every row.
Any 4 x 2 marks each = 8 marks
(c) Three main ways of ﬁnishing a woven mat.
(i) Knotting the warps/fringes.
(ii) Sewing the warps/overcasting/binding.
(m) Hemming warps/folding and hemming down.
1 x 3 = 3 marks
4.14.1 Art & Design Paper 2 (442/2)
ALTERNATIVE A: DRAWING/PAINTING
QUESTIONS 1 & 2
1 . INTERPRETATION
(i) Relevance of subject matter to theme 08
(ii) Appropriatness of mood/atmosphere 04
(ii) Correct dimensions (measurements) 02
(i) Appropriate use of space 04
(ii) Appropriate format 02
(iii) Unity/rhythm/balance 08
(iv) Originality/creativity/imagination/ 08
(v) Close-up/focal point (Dominance) 08
3. FORM/ STRUCTURE
(i) Deﬁnition of forms 08
(ii) Capture of actions/mood 08
(iii) Articulation of posture and features 06
(iv) Proportions of forms in relation to each other and whole 06
(v) Texture/pattern 06
(i) Tonal value to create volume/depth 06
(ii) Harmony/contrast 04
(iii) Competency in use of media (workmanship) 04
(iv) Appropriateness to subject matter 02
(20 marks) 5. PRESENTATION
(i) Neatness 02
(ii) Appropriate ﬁnish 14
TOTAL 100 MARKS
ALTERNATIVE B: GRAPHIC DESIGN
QUESTIONS 3 & 4
(i) Subject matter: Requirements: correct information- contents of letterhead/envelope/poster/logo 08
(ii) Correct dimensions 02
(iii) Appropriate format 02
(iv) Mood/symbolism in relation to subject matter 04
(i) Layout of pictorial forms/letters 08
(ii) Spacing of letters, Words and lines 10
(iii) Originality/creativity/imagination 10
(iv) Rhythm/unity/balance 04
3. FORM/ STRUCTURE
(i) Deﬁnition of forms (pictorial/letters)12
(ii) Proportion of forms (pictorial/letters) 10 in relation to each other and Whole
(iii) Appropriateness of forms/(pictorial/letters to function. 08
(i) Appropriate colour 06
(ii) Harmony/contrast 06
5. PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
(i) Precision 06
(ii) Neatness 02 (m) Presentation/ﬁnish 02
TOTAL 100 MARKS
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