What is asked in Nata Exam ?
Nata Drawing Test is a two hour paper comprising a total of 3 questions carrying 100 marks.
For Question 1 : The first question generally demands knowledge of perspective drawing and carries 50 marks.
Accurate sense of perspective drawing is the major aspect on which the drawing is judged. Students appearing for Nata should learn and practice the following type of perspectives:
- 1 point perspective
- 2 point perspective
- 3 point perspective
- 4 point perspective
- 5 point perspective,
Other aspects to work on :
- Drawing Skills
- Human Figures
- Pencil Rendering
- Imagination Skills
For Question 2 : The second question consists of 25 marks. This question requires knowledge of :
- Composing in 2D with geometric / non geometric shapes
- Designing Logos / Patterns
- Good Colour Combinations and Rendering Skills.
For Question 3 : This question requires understanding of 3 Dimensional forms: both geometric and non geometric.
Composing Aesthetically Pleasing 3D Compositions
Combining 3D forms to form a Structure
Correct Scale and Proportions
Showing the effects of Light, Shade and Shadow.
Nata Online Test is a computer based test consisting of 40 multiple choice questions. It comprises of questions on:
- 3D Visualization
- Analytical Ability
- Material Study