Drawing Questions of Nata: Common Mistakes
With this article, we aim to make you aware of the most common mistakes made by Nata Aspirants while attempting Drawings of Nata.
The faculties provide critical analysis and feedback on the drawings.
At Mosaic, we have published 12 such helpful articles, so that students can benefit for Nata exam preparation.
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So, here goes the first drawing question
Drawing in Nata Exam: Attempt 1
Q1. Imagine that your size is 6 cm & you are standing on kitchen platform. You can see your mother making chapattis, the sabzi cooking on the gas stove & other utensils & pots. Draw the view. Render in pencil only.
Comments: Inspite of very little elements, the view is correct.
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Nata Solved Drawings: Attempt 2
Comments: View is correct but some fundamental drawing mistakes takes the charm away from this perspective.
Drawing Nata: Attempt 3
Comments: The drawing has a lot of flaws. The student needs to work on basics of drawing and perspective making.
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