We often speak of the importance education holds in one’s life, however, acknowledgement of the same, seems to disappear with words. However, in Design Education as much as syllabus matters, so does the practical understanding of the student. At JD Institute, we often put in our one hundred percent to bring the best of the opportunities to our aspirants. Our students, pursuing their Diploma in Fine Jewellery Designing have outdone themselves with a display that focuses both theoretically and practically. This display was a part of their ‘Foundation Drawing’ and ‘History Of Jewellery’ module.
Foundation drawing as the name is explanatory, is the skill of sketching what the mind visionises. It is one of the most important modules taught to any design student. However, many are in the assumption that Fashion and Interiors are the only subjects that require the skill set of drawing, which is false. Jewellery Designing is one of the most difficult subjects because it requires precision and proper analyzing of the design before it is curated into 3D. As difficult as is, it is also one of the most interesting fields. We all love adorning ourselves with jewellery, and every one of us is well aware of how rich Indian culture and tradition is when it comes to jewellery.
Similarly, in educational aspects of Jewellery Designing it is mandatory to understand the culture and tradition to curate ideas and draw inspirations that seek not only the attention of a potential buyer but also carry a story. Along with the study and research of the subject, it is also mandatory to learn how to put down the design that is visualized onto paper. For this, Foundation Drawing is taught to the aspirants to learn the basic as well as advanced techniques that are required to sketch out the ideologies of the designer in the best manner that can be conveyed for the conversion of a 3D model.
Foundation of Jewellery Designing, is understanding both these subjects will help the aspirants to bring to life their imagination and design in the most accurate way. A subject is well versed not only with the available information online and in books, but with the mentors. A good mentor is the beginning of a successful career path. At JD Institute Bangalore, has a team of well-versed and experienced faculty among whom is Ms. Rupali who was in-charge of the Foundation Drawing and History of Jewellery modules taught to our Diploma in Fine Jewellery Design students. It is with the guidance, support and encouragement that these talented students were able to pull off a neatly and well curated display. At the display, they showcased not only their 3D models but also their entire collection process, from scratch. A few months into their course, and the students came up with one of the best jewelleries that put their audience in awe. From beautiful finger rings to mesmerizing neck pieces, the students of Diploma in Fine Jewellery Designing had outdone themselves. All credits for their display goes to their mentors, who have taught them above and beyond their syllabus and helped them showcase their work beautifully.