_NATA Drawing Question Paper 1

  1. There is a workshop organised on a painting by a renowned painter in an art gallery. He is explaining the process of painting right from the beginning. The crowd of 10 to 15 young children is watching the process. You are standing at the back of the crowd. Make a pencil sketch of the activity as you see it from your position. (50 Marks)  : Drawing Solution

  2. Imagine you are studying in a School of Architecture. Your School decides to manufacture a designed student Architect’s bag to be put on sale for student Architects in India. Design a suitable and attractive logo for the student Architect’s bag. Colour your logo using primary colours only. (25 Marks) Drawing Solutions

  3. Four pieces out of eight pieces of a round birthday cake are remaining on a plate with the knife in the plate and two extinguished candles near the plate. Draw a three-dimensional composition of these objects showing shades and shadows. (25 Marks) : Drawing Solution

_NATA Drawing Question Paper 2

  1. Imagine yourself to be a bird sitting on the edge of your nest on the tree. Nest has eggs in it. The little boy next door curious about it is trying to climb the tree to see what is inside the nest. Draw the scene in pencil from your point of view.  (50 Marks)

  2. Design a symbol for an architectural firm which will be used as their logo. Use only straight and/or curved lines. Draw the symbol in the given space and Colour using three colours of your choice. (25 Marks) 

  3. On a table next to wall two thick books are standing vertically with one pencil box atop these, Light is thrown at angle of 45 degrees from the left. Draw the whole composition with shade and shadow. (25 Marks)

_NATA Drawing Question Paper 3

  1. Imagine yourself sitting in the last row of an auditorium to see the live dance performance. Lights on the stage are on & rest of the auditorium is dark. Draw a pencil sketch of whatever you will be able to see sitting there, from your seat.  (50 Marks)

  2. Using three basic geometrical forms like triangle, square, etc. Compose a mural for the lobby of a corporate office of Steel manufacturing company. Colour the mural using any four colours of your choice. (25 Marks)

  3. You are given 4 sharpeners, 5 erasers, 4 pencils & 1 pen holder and a few wires. Compose them into a three-dimensional geometrical composition to create a hanging sculpture that could enhance the ceiling of Childs study room. Draw the hanging from one interesting angle. (25 Marks)

_NATA Drawing Question Paper 4

  1. You are standing in the passageway between the bookshelves in your college library. Drawa pencil sketch from your memory of what you see around. (50 Marks) Drawing Solutions

  2. Draw an interesting two-dimensional composition using outline form/ profile/flattened images of mineral water bottles in various positions. You may choose any type of bottle in any number of repetitions. Colour your composition using three colours of your choice.(25 Marks)

  3. A metal lunch box, a glass water bottle, two spoons and a cap is kept on a table as preparation for a trip. Arrange these objects to form a three-dimensional composition and draw it showing shades and shadows. (25 Marks) Drawing Solutions

_NATA Drawing Question Paper 5

  1. In the summer season, one morning you went to visit a small temple on the hilltop with your friends. You still have to climb a little to reach the temple when you see the temple on the top with a few people standing/ sitting near it looking down at your group. Make a pencil sketch of the scene as you will see it from below.( 50 Marks )

  2. Using geometrical shapes like circle, square & triangle, within the given space, create an attractive composition to be used on the cover page for a book titled ‘Geometry for young children’. Colour the same using primary colours only.( 25 Marks )

  3. Two toothbrushes and toothpaste are kept in a glass on a table. A shaving brush is lying near it. Draw a three-dimensional sketch of these objects showing shades and shadows.( 25 Marks ) Drawing solution

NATA Drawing Question Paper 6

  1. Remember your first day to school. You were 5 years old and you went to the Kindergarten holding hand of your mother/ father. Some children who were already there for the first day were happy while some were crying. You were curious to see the play area and the number of games there. Draw from your memory a pencil sketch of what you saw there. ( 50 Mark )

  2. Your favourite IPL T20 team wishes to re-design its logo. Design and draw a logo for them and colour the logo using the maximum three colours. ( 25 Marks )

  3. In the given space make an interesting three-dimensional stable composition using three cricket balls, one cricket bat, stumps & a cap. Also, show the effect of light & shadow on the composition. ( 25 Marks )

NATA Drawing Question Paper 7

  1. You are standing in front of a closed window. The window is a wood-framed glass window with horizontal bars ( grills ). Through the window, you see a playground with some children, play equipment, beyond that a small bungalow and lastly a hospital all on one line. Draw pencil sketch from your imagination what you would see. (50Marks) 

  2. In the given space use any number of triangles of various sizes to create an interesting composition to depict FLIGHT. Colour the composition using cool colours only. (25Marks)

  3. In the given rectangle draw a stable 3-dimensional composition using equal numbers of glucose, Marie, krackjack and any cream biscuits. Show shade and shadows on the composition. (25Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 8

  1. Imagine you and your friends to be little wizards. You can fly sitting on broomstick like wizards. Your group one day decide to fly over the town. Draw a pencil sketch of what you would see while riding over a town on the broomstick with your friends around you.( 50 Marks ) Drawing solution

  2. Make a visually appealing two-dimensional composition using the basic geometric shape of a mango. You may use the shape any number of times and overlap it. Colour the composition in shades of two colours in a medium of your choice.( 25 Marks )

  3. You are given 4 sharpeners, 5 erasers, 4 pencils & 1 pen holder and a few wires. Compose them into a three-dimensional geometrical composition to create a hanging sculpture that could enhance the ceiling of Childs study room. Draw the hanging from one interesting angle.( 25 Marks )

NATA Drawing Question Paper 9

  1. Imagine that your size has been reduced to 6 cms and you are sitting along with a mouse and a frog in a boat made out of paper in a big bucket inside your bathroom. Draw a pencil sketch of what you would see around, sitting alongside your two companions. ( 50 Marks )

  2. Design and draw a logo for Shoe manufacturing company using triangles and circles only.They can be overlapped on each other. Colour the logo using primary colours. ( 25 Marks )

  3. You are provided with a small clock, a talcum powder tin, a can of a soft drink and a roll of paper. Make an interesting three-dimensional composition. Draw the composition in pencil and show the effect of shades and shadows. ( 25 Marks ) Drawing solution

NATA Drawing Question Paper 10

  1. You can see a bus stop across the road from your first-floor balcony. Several persons are waiting for the bus today morning. Draw a pencil sketch of the bus stop as you see from your balcony. ( 50  Marks )
  2. In the given space, draw a large rectangle and divide the same using 6 straight lines (at any angle) and one curved line. Colour the composition using not more than 4 colours. All the lines and rectangle must be drawn freehand. ( 25 Marks )
  3. You are given three glass pyramids and two wooden cubes. Make an interesting three-dimensional composition which can be placed in the corner of the sit-out of your house as an artifact. A creeper growing near the sit-out has to be used to adorn the composition. Show the effect of shades and shadows on your sketch. ( 25 Marks )

NATA Drawing Question Paper 11

  1. You can see a bus stop across the road from your first-floor balcony. Several persons are waiting for the bus today morning. Draw a pencil sketch of the bus stop as you see from your balcony. ( 50 Marks )

  2. In the given space, draw a large rectangle and divide the same using 6 straight lines (at any angle) and one curved line. Colour the composition using not more than 4 colours. All the lines and rectangle must be drawn freehand. ( 25 Marks )

  3. You are given three glass pyramids and two wooden cubes. Make an interesting three-dimensional composition which can be placed in the corner of the sit-out of your house as an artifact. A creeper growing near the sit-out has to be used to adorn the composition. Show the effect of shades and shadows on your sketch. ( 25 Marks )

NATA Drawing Question Paper 12

  1. Draw a pencil sketch to show the scene in a market place on a busy day where people are walking, shopping and such activities are going on. Do not colour the sketch.  ( 50 Marks ) Drawing Solution

  2. In the given space make a two-dimensional composition using various shapes of the parts of an umbrella and colour the same by using any three colours.  ( 25 Marks )

  3. Two toothbrushes and toothpaste are kept in a glass on a table. A shaving brush is lying near it. Draw a three-dimensional sketch of these objects showing shades and shadows.  (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 13

  1. Imagine yourself to be a 6 years old girl/boy. You, along with your father, are visiting a city zoo. You are standing next to an elephant in the zoo. Draw a pencil sketch showing what you would see.  (50 Marks)

  2. Design and draw in the given space a square graphic composition to be used on Tee Shirts for Save Trees Campaign. Colour the design using a maximum of four colours. The words (Save Trees) should NOT be used within the square graphic.  (25 Marks)

  3. In the given space arrange 5 earthen pots of any shape and size to make an interesting looking stable composition. Draw the composition from an interesting angle and show shades & shadows on the composition.  (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 14

  1. You have gone with your sister to select a jewellery item to a jewellery shop. The shop is not much crowded and you can see the counters and display. Draw a pencil sketch of what you see around in the shop.( 50 Marks ) Drawing solution

  2. Design and draw a logo for Kabaddi Game to be used for National Kabaddi Association, using Rectangles, Triangles and circles. Colour the logo using three colours of your choice. (Please draw the logo large enough to fill the given space.( 25 Marks )

  3. Two toothbrushes and toothpaste are kept in a glass on a table. A shaving brush is lying near it. Draw a three-dimensional sketch of these objects showing shades and shadows.( 25 Marks )

NATA Drawing Question Paper 15

  1. You can see a bus stop across the road from your first-floor balcony. Some persons are waiting for the bus today morning. Draw a pencil sketch of the bus stopas you see from your balcony. ( 50 Marks )

  2. Using geometrical shapes like circle, square & triangle, within the given space, create an attractive composition to be used on the cover page for a book titled ‘Geometry for young children’. Colour the same using primary colours only.  ( 25 Marks )

  3. Arrange four pieces of luggage in an interesting composition. The light is falling on the composition from the left-hand side. Draw the composition in pencil with shades and shadows. ( 25 Marks )

NATA Drawing Question Paper 16

  1. Imagine you are sitting on a chair in a barbershop or a boutique. Barber or makeup artist is cutting your hair. Draw what you see in the Mirror, which is in front of you. ( 50 Marks )

  2. Using three basic geometrical forms like triangle, square, etc. Compose a mural for the lobby of a corporate office of Steel manufacturing company. Colour the mural using any four colours of your choice.  ( 25 Marks )

  3. 3 to 4 Books of sizes 20 cm x 10 cm and 300 to 500 pages each are kept vertically at a distance 8cm from each other on a book rack. The light source on the left at an angle of 45 degrees. Draw out the 3D composition showing the shadow pattern. ( 25 Marks )

NATA Drawing Question Paper 17

  1. Imagine You are the chairperson for a committee meeting in progress around a large oval table, attended by 12 members. Being chairperson you are at the head of the table. 3rd person on your right is standing and making his presentation to the committee. All members are listening and also having some biscuits and a cup of tea. Draw a pencil sketch of the scene from your viewpoint. ( 50 Marks )

  2. Using basic shapes of the square, circle & a triangle design a logo for the pre-primary school in the given rectangle. Except for circles, all other shapes should be used only once. Use all three primary colour to colour the composition. ( 25 Marks )

  3. Put together three candles, one square box and three glass prisms to create a stable arrangement. Also, draw the shadows cast on the objects by lighting one of the candles. ( 25 Marks )

NATA Drawing Question Paper 18

  1. Imagine you are shrunk in size to fit in the handbag of a girl. The zip of the bag is open & inside it has some lipsticks, a looking mirror, a wallet, a mobile phone & a pocket diary. Make a pencil sketch of what you see to a proportionate scale. (50 Marks)

  2. In the given space, make a two-dimensional composition using profiles of pet animals of various sizes, shapes and colours. (You must overlap profiles) Colour your composition using not more than FOUR colours. (25 Marks)

  3. You are given three glass pyramids and two wooden cubes. Make an interesting three-dimensional composition which can be placed in the corner of the sit-out of your house as an artifact. A creeper growing near the sit-out has to be used to adorn the composition. Show the effect of shades and shadows on your sketch. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 19

  1. Imagine you are reduced to 6 centimetres in height. You are standing on a kitchen platform where your mother is preparing some rotis. On a gas stove, along with griddle, there is a pot where sabji is being cooked. There are some pots and utensils around on the platform. Draw a pencil sketch of the scene as you see from your eyes. (50 Marks)

  2. In the given space design and draw a pattern using circles and triangles for a saree pallu (Anchal). Colour with any 3 colours of your choice.  (25 Marks)

  3. Four cubes and 5 circular wooden logs in different sizes are available with you. Make use of these 3 Dimensional objects to create a stable interesting sculpture. Draw the same and show the effect of shade and shadow on the composition.  (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 20

  1. In your college cricket team, you are awicketkeeper. In a match, you are kneeling down close to stumps as the spin bowler is approaching to deliver the next ball.Draw a pencil sketch of what you see from your position. (50 Marks)

  2. Design and draw in the given space a square graphic composition to be used on Tee Shirts to SAVE WATER Campaign. Colour the design using a maximum of four colours. The words (Save Water) should NOT be used within the square graphic. (25 Marks)

  3. Make an interesting three-dimensional stable composition by using 4 cylinders, 2 pyramids and 3 cubes also show the effect of light and shadow of the composition.  (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 21

  1. Imagine yourself to be a bird sitting on the edge of your nest on the tree. Nest has eggs in it. The little boy next door curious about it is trying to climb the tree to see what is inside the nest. Draw the scene in pencil from your point of view. (50 Marks)

  2. Draw a composition using 3 shapes ( Circle, Triangle, Rectangle etc ) each used twice in the composition that can be used as a logo. Colour with an appropriate colour scheme. (25 Marks)

  3. On a table next to wall two thick books are standing vertically with one pencil box atop these, Light is thrown at an angle of 45 degrees from the left. Draw the whole composition with shade and shadow. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 22

  1. Imagine You are the chairperson for a committee meeting in progress around a large oval table, attended by 12 members. Being chairperson you are at the head of the table. 3rd person on your right is standing and making his presentation to the committee. All members are listening and also having some biscuits and a cup of tea. Draw a pencil sketch of the scene from your viewpoint.(50 Marks)

  2. Design a symbol for an architectural firm which will be used as their logo. Use only straight and/or curved lines. Draw the symbol in the given space and Colour using three colours of your choice.  (25 Marks)

  3. You have six used automobile tyres with you. Make an interesting looking sculpture using them. Draw the sculpture with shade and shadows as viewed from one of the angles with light falling on it from other angles.  (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 23

  1. Imagine yourself to be an Umpire for a Badminton match, sitting on a high chair. A doubles match is going on with the badminton hall packed with spectators. Draw a sketch as to how you, as an umpire, would see the court, the players and the hall. (50 Marks)

  2. Design and draw in the given space a square graphic composition to be used on Tee Shirts for BHARAT JODO Campaign. Colour the design using the maximum of four colours. The words (Bharat Jodo) should NOT be used within the square graphic as it will be printed separately on the Tee shirt. (25 Marks)

  3. Arrange a bucket, a tumbler, an earthen pot, a piece of cloth and rectangular box to make an interesting, stable arrangement like a still life. Draw a pencil sketch of the composition showing light and shade in the given space.  (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 24

  1. A mother is giving a toy to her baby lying in his cradle. Draw a pencil sketch of what the baby would see from his cradle. (50 Marks)

  2. Design and draw a logo for Kabaddi Game to be used for National Kabaddi Association, using Rectangles, Triangles and circles. Colour the logo using three colours of your choice. (Please draw the logo large enough to fill the given space.  (25 Marks)

  3. Imagine that you are given 4 cubical concrete blocks, 6 wooden logs and a thin piece of cloth for making a sculptural composition. Make a three-dimensional sketch to show your composition. Show the effect of shades & shadows. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 25

  1. Imagine you are sitting on a bench at a small-town railway station. While a train stops at the platform with people trying to get out of the train. There is a soft drink stall to your right and the train indicator in your frame of view, Draw the scene in pencil asyou would seewith at least 5 people in your sketch doing different activities. (50 Marks)

  2. Using curved and straight lines, design and draw in the given space, a two-dimensional composition to indicate “Peace”. Colour the composition in a colour scheme of your choice. (25 Marks)

  3. You are provided with a small clock, a talcum powder tin, a can of a soft drink and a roll of paper. Make an interesting three-dimensional composition. Draw the composition in pencil and show the effect of shades and shadows. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 26

  1. There is a workshop organised on a painting by the renowned painter in an art gallery. He is explaining the process of painting right from the beginning. The crowd of 10 to 15 young children is watching the process. You are standing at the back of the crowd. Make a pencil sketch of the activity as YOU see it from your position. (50 Marks)

  2. Imagine you are studying in a School of Architecture. Your School decides to manufacture a designed student Architect’s bag to be put on sale for student Architects in India. Design a suitable and attractive logo for the student Architect’s bag. Colour your logo using primary colours only. (25 Marks)

  3. Four pieces out of eight pieces of the round birthday cake are remaining on a plate with the knife in the plate and two extinguished candles near the plate. Draw a three-dimensional composition of these objects showing shades and shadows. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 27

  1. Draw a pencil sketch to show the scene in a market place on a busy day where people are walking, shopping and such activities are going on. Do not colour the sketch. (50 Marks)

  2. Using basic primary shapes design a bedsheet for the children’s bedroom. Draw and colour your design in the given space. Each shape should be used maximum two times and not more than four colours should be used.  (25 Marks)

  3. Create a three-dimensional composition on a table using one empty bowl, two forks, one spoon, one glass for drinking water and one napkin. Light is falling on the composition from the left-hand side. Draw the composition in the given space showing shades and shadows on it. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 28

  1.  A mother is giving a toy to her baby lying in his cradle. Draw a pencil sketch of what the baby would see from his cradle. (50 Marks)

  2. Make a visually appealing two-dimensional composition using the basic geometric shape of a mango. You may use the shape any number of times and overlap it. Colour the composition in shades of two colours in a medium of your choice. (25 Marks)

  3. Use six candles, one square box and three prisms to create a stable three-dimensional form. Also, draw the shadows cast on your 3D composition by lighting one of the candles. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 29

  1. Choose any room in your house. Imagine your height is reduced to around 40 cms. How will you see the furniture layout of that room from your viewpoint? (50 Marks)

  2. Create and draw in given space a pattern using basic geometrical shapes (e.g.Square, hexagon, circle, triangle, etc.) for a border around the entrance door to an old haveli (Mansion). The pattern you will draw is to be repeated in a linear arrangement to form the border. Colour the pattern using any three colours of your choice. (Please draw only the pattern and not entire door) (25 Marks)

  3. Three cones are kept inverted on each other with a rectangular plate in between them. The light source on the right at an angle of 45 degrees. Show the shadow pattern on this 3-dimensional form. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 30

  1. Draw a pencil sketch to show the scene in a market place on a busy day where people are walking, shopping and such activities are going on. Do not colour the sketch.(50 Marks)

  2. Draw a logo for a college festival using circles of 4 different sizes. You can use as many numbers of circles as you want. Use 4 colours to colour the composition.(25 Marks)

  3. Using the objects – 3 notebooks, one orange and two walking sticks create a stable form and draw its view from an interesting angle. Then show the effect of light thrown at your form from the left direction and draw the shadow cast by it on the ground.  (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 31

  1. Imagine yourself to be a 6 years old girl/boy. You, along with your father, are visiting a city zoo. You are standing next to an elephant in the zoo. Draw a pencil sketch showing what you would see.  (50 Marks)

  2. Create and draw a two-dimensional composition using the profile of an ‘Electric Bulb’ in the given space and colour the same using any three colours of your choice. You may overlap the profiles and use the profiles multiple times. (25 Marks)

  3. Four pieces out of eight pieces of around birthday cake are remaining on a plate with the knife in the plate and two extinguished candles near the plate. Draw a three-dimensional composition of these objects showing shades and shadows.(25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 32

  1. Visualize an elephant, a zebra and a giraffe escaping from the zoo and coming into your own neighbourhood amongst humans. Make a pencil sketch of the scene from imagination. (50 Marks)

  2. Make an interesting two-dimensional composition using 4 squares,3 equilateral triangles, and one circle. Colour the same using only primary colours. (25 Marks)

  3. You are provided with a small clock, a talcum powder tin, a can of a soft drink and a roll of paper. Make an interesting three-dimensional composition. Draw the composition in pencil and show the effect of shades and shadows. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 33

  1. Imagine You are the chairperson for a committee meeting in progress around a large oval table, attended by 12 members. Being chairperson you are at the head of the table. 3rd person on your right is standing and making his presentation to the committee. All members are listening and also having some biscuits and a cup of tea. Draw a pencil sketch of the scene from your viewpoint.  (50 Marks)

  2. Divide the rectangular answer space using only straight and zigzag lines in any direction to make an interesting composition. Colour the composition using four colours of your choice. (25 Marks)

  3. Four pieces out of eight pieces of a round birthday cake are remaining on a plate with the knife in the plate and two extinguished candles near the plate. Draw a three-dimensional composition of these objects showing shades and shadows. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 34

  1. You are travelling to the local public transport bus. You are seated on the seat immediately behind the driver, but facing the opposite side, towards people in the bus. Sketch with a pencil inside view of the bus as You would see it from your seat.(50 Marks)

  2. Using curved and straight lines, design and draw in the given space, a two-dimensional composition to indicate “Peace”. Colour the composition in a colour scheme of your choice. (25 Marks)

  3. You are given three glass pyramids and two wooden cubes. Make an interesting three-dimensional composition which can be placed in the corner of the sit-out of your house as an artifact. A creeper growing near the sit-out has to be used to adorn the composition. Show the effect of shades and shadows on your sketch.  (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 35

  1. You are in the school playground to watch an inter-school football match. You are seating on the ground just behind the goal post and net of the opposition team. Your school team is awarded a free-kick against the opposition team just outside the D and your friend is on the spot to take the kick. Other teammates and players have taken their positions. Draw a pencil sketch of what you see from your seat. (50 Marks)

  2. In the given space use any number of triangles of various sizes to create an interesting composition to depict FLIGHT. Colour the composition using cool colours only. (25 Marks)

  3. Three cones are kept inverted on each other with a rectangular plate in between them. The light source on the right at an angle of 45 degrees. Show the shadow pattern on this 3-dimensional form. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 36

  1. You are standing in the passageway between the bookshelves in your college library. Draw a pencil sketch from your memory of what you see around. (50 Marks)

  2. Depict, draw and colour a household fish tank (Aquarium) as a two-dimensional composition with fish of various sizes, shapes and colour. (25 Marks)

  3. 3 to 4 Books of sizes 20 cm x 10 cm and 300 to 500 pages each are kept vertically at a distance 8cm from each other on a book rack. The light source on the left at an angle of 45 degrees. Draw out the 3D composition showing the shadow pattern. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 37

  1. To beat the summer you have taken up swimming at a local public swimming pool. You are on the diving platform that is a little height above the water. Draw a scene from your imagination as how you will see the pool and people around from your position before you dive into the pool. (50 Marks)

  2. Using geometrical shapes like circle, square & triangle, within the given space, create an attractive composition to be used on the cover page for a book titled ‘Geometry for young children’. Colour the same using primary colours only.  (25 Marks)

  3. Arrange a bucket, a tumbler, an earthen pot, a piece of cloth and rectangular box to make an interesting, stable arrangement like a still life. Draw a pencil sketch of the composition showing light and shade in the given space. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 38

  1. Imagine that your size has been reduced to 6 cms and you are sitting along with a mouse and a frog in a boat made out of paper in a big bucket inside your bathroom. Draw a pencil sketch of what you would see around, sitting alongside your two companions.(50 Marks)

  2. Design and draw in the given space a square graphic composition to be used on Tee Shirts to be given to Members of a TREKKING EXPEDITION. Colour the design using maximum of four colours. (25 Marks)

  3. Make a three-dimensional composition using seven empty matchboxes. Draw the same and show shade and shadows on the composition.(25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 39

  1. You are waiting for a bus at a small-town bus stand. There are a couple of buses at the stand waiting for passengers and two-three families waiting for the bus with their luggage. In one corner there is a tea stall and a newspaper vendor and in the other corner, there is a controllers cabin. Draw the scene as you will see while you are sitting at one of the benches. (50 Marks)

  2. Design a logo of ‘Hockey game’ with the use of rectangle & circle. Draw the logo in the given space and Colour the logo using not more than 3 colours. (25 Marks)

  3. In the given space draw a still life arrangement made of two square boxes, one rectangular box & one pyramid. It should make an interesting, abstract, stable three-dimensional composition. Also, show the effect of light & shade on the objects. Draw your drawing sufficiently large to fill the given blank space. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 40

  1. You are standing in front of a closed window. The window is a wood-framed glass window with horizontal bars ( grills ). Through the window, you see a playground with some children, play equipment, beyond that a small bungalow and lastly a hospital all on one line. Draw pencil sketch from your imagination what you would see. (50 Marks)

  2. In the given space, draw a large square and divide the same using 6 straight lines (at any angle) and one curved line. Colour the composition using not more than 4 colours. All the lines and rectangle must be drawn freehand. (25 Marks)

  3. Draw a three-dimensional composition using various size cylinders (Minimum 4) to represent a tall building. Draw using pencil only and show shades and shadows on the composition.(25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 41

  1. Imagine yourself to be a child, visiting children’s play section in a public garden sitting on top of a slide. Make a pencil sketch of the garden scene as you see, from top of the slide, with children playing around, two swings, see-saw and trees, shrubs & anything else you feel that is appropriate for the place. (50 Marks)

  2. Using at least four shapes of the moon in various phases make an interesting composition by overlapping/repeating these shapes. Colour the composition in shades of any one colour. (25 Marks)

  3. Make an interesting three-dimensional stable composition by using 4 cylinders, 2 pyramids and 3 cubes also show the effect of light and shadow of the composition. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 42

  1. In your college cricket team, you are a wicketkeeper. In a match, you are kneeling down close to stumps as the spin bowler is approaching to deliver the next ball. Draw a pencil sketch of what you see from your position.  (50 Marks)

  2. Depict, draw and colour a fruit basket as a two-dimensional composition with at least three to four variety of fruits, in multiple numbers. (25 Marks)

  3. Imagine that you are given 4 cubical concrete blocks, 6 wooden logs and a thin piece of cloth for making a sculptural composition. Make a three-dimensional sketch to show your composition. Show the effect of shades & shadows. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 43

  1. You are visiting an Advocates (Lawyers) office. As you were discussing your case with him seating in front of him across his desk, he has an urgent visitor outside the cabin and he with your permission leaves cabin for a couple of minutes. To pass the time you look around and see the wall behind his chair full of racks holding neatly arranged similar-looking books. His desk also has a few books removed from that rack lying on it along with a telephone, a note pad and pen stand. Draw in the given space a pencil sketch showing how the cabin will look like from your chair. (50 Marks)

  2. Design and draw in the given space graphic signage for a snack bar using 3 geometrical shapes and colour the sign with 2 colours. (25 Marks)

  3. Four cubes and 5 circular wooden logs in different sizes are available with you. Make use of these 3 Dimensional objects to create a stable interesting sculpture. Draw the same and show the effect of shade and shadow on the composition. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 44

  1. Imagine that you are visiting an art gallery & there is an exhibition of paintings. There is nobody in the gallery & you are alone standing in the centre of the gallery. Draw a pencil sketch of what you would see. (50 Marks)

  2. Design and draw a logo for an upcoming fashion design firm. The firm works with Indianness as its strong design theme and promotes traditional craftsmanship in contemporary design. Colour the logo using the maximum four colours. (25 Marks)

  3. Make a three dimensional, stable composition (still life) with 3 bricks & 2 stones of similar size in the space provided. Also, show the effect of light & shadow on it. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 45

  1. Imagine that you are visiting an art gallery & there is an exhibition of paintings. There is nobody in the gallery & you are alone standing in the centre of the gallery. Draw a pencil sketch of what you would see.  (50 Marks)

  2. Design and draw in the given space a square graphic composition to be used on Tee Shirts for BHARAT JODO Campaign. Colour the design using the maximum four colours. The words (Bharat Jodo) should NOT be used within the square graphic as it will be printed separately on the Tee shirt.  (25 Marks)

  3. Create a three-dimensional composition on a table using one empty bowl, two forks, one spoon, one glass for drinking water and one napkin. Light is falling on the composition from the left-hand side. Draw the composition in the given space showing shades and shadows on it (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 46

  1. Imagine yourself sitting in the last row of an auditorium to see the live dance performance. Lights on the stage are on & rest of the auditorium is dark. Draw a pencil sketch of whatever you will be able to see sitting there, from your seat. (50 Marks)

  2. Using only curved lines make a two-dimensional composition depicting GLOBAL WARMING. Draw the composition in the given space and colour the same using not more than three colours.  (25 Marks)

  3. Make an interesting balanced composition of two chillies, two tomatoes and two slices of bread on a square plate. Draw the composition in three dimensions showing shades and shadows.(25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 47

  1. You are standing in a queue of a bank ATM to withdraw money. There are two persons ahead of you. Draw a pencil sketch of what you see, looking towards the ATM centre which has a transparent glass door. (50 Marks)

  2. Design and draw in the given space a square graphic composition to be used on Tee Shirts to SAVE OIL Campaign. Colour the design using the maximum four colours. The words (Save Oil) should NOT be used within the square graphic as it will be printed separately on the Tee shirt (25 Marks)

  3. You are given three glass pyramids and two wooden cubes. Make an interesting three-dimensional composition which can be placed in the corner of the sit-out of your house as an artifact. A creeper growing near the sit-out has to be used to adorn the composition. Show the effect of shades and shadows on your sketch. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 48

  1. In your college cricket team, you are a wicketkeeper. In a match, you are kneeling down close to stumps as the spin bowler is approaching to deliver the next ball. Draw a pencil sketch of what you see from your position. (50 Marks)

  2. In the given space, draw a large rectangle and divide the same using 4 straight lines (at any angle) and 2 curved lines. Colour the composition using 4 colours. All the lines and rectangle must be drawn freehand. (25 Marks)

  3. Draw a three-dimensional composition using various size cylinders (Minimum 4) to represent a tall building. Draw using pencil only and show shades and shadows on the composition. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 49

  1. You and your friends are sitting in a roadside fruit juice shop. Draw what you see at and around the counter where the juice vendor is preparing juice for the order placed by you (50 Marks)

  2. Design and draw in the given space a square graphic composition to be used on Tee Shirts to SAVE OUR PLANET Campaign. Colour the design using the maximum four colours. The words (Save Our Planet) should NOT be used within the square graphic as it will be printed separately on the Tee shirt.  (25 Marks)

  3. Arrange the number of cubes of different sizes to create a sense of opening & steps. Show shades & shadows on the composition. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 50

  1. There is a festive procession in your town where people are dancing in the procession in front of floats mounted on trucks. You are riding on one of the trucks. There is a huge crowd to greet and cheer on both sides of the road and in the buildings facing the road. Draw a pencil sketch of what you will see from your position on top of the truck. (50 Marks)

  2.  Design and draw in the given space a Mural (Composition made of panels/ tiles and such other objects fixed on the wall) to be made on one of the walls in the entrance lobby of a secondary school using 4 hexagons, 3 squares and 2 circles. Colour the composition using three colours (25 Marks)

  3. In the given rectangle draw a stable 3-dimensional composition using equal numbers of glucose, Marie, krackjack and any cream biscuits. Show shade and shadows on the composition.  (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 51

  1. There is a festive procession in your town where people are dancing in the procession in front of floats mounted on trucks. You are riding on one of the trucks. There is a huge crowd to greet and cheer on both sides of the road and in the buildings facing the road. Draw a pencil sketch of what you will see from your position on top of the truck. (50 Marks)

  2. Design and draw in the given space a Mural (Composition made of panels/ tiles and such other objects fixed on the wall) to be made on one of the walls in the entrance lobby of a secondary school using 4 hexagons, 3 squares and 2 circles. Colour the composition using three colours.(25 Marks)

  3. In the given rectangle draw a stable 3-dimensional composition using equal numbers of glucose, Marie, krackjack and any cream biscuits. Show shade and shadows on the composition. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 52

  1. Imagine yourself to be a 6 years old girl/boy. You, along with your father, are visiting a city zoo. You are standing next to an elephant in the zoo. Draw a pencil sketch showing what you would see. (50 Marks)

  2. Using primary shapes like square/triangle and circle design a traffic signage on the road indicating a Railway station nearby. Colour the composition by using any 2 colours in addition to white. (25 Marks)

  3. Four pieces out of eight pieces of around birthday cake are remaining on a plate with the knife in the plate and two extinguished candles near the plate. Draw a three-dimensional composition of these objects showing shades and shadows. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 53

  1. You are standing in a que of a bank ATM to withdraw money. There are two persons ahead of you. Draw a pencil sketch of what you see, looking towards the ATM centre which has a transparent glass door. (50 Marks)

  2. Divide the rectangular answer space using only straight and zigzag lines in any direction to make an interesting composition. Colour the composition using four colours of your choice. (25 Marks)

  3. Two toothbrushes and toothpaste are kept in a glass on a table. A shaving brush is lying near it. Draw a three-dimensional sketch of these objects showing shades and shadows. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 54

  1. You are travelling to a local public transport bus. You are seated on the seat immediately behind the driver, but facing the opposite side, towards people in the bus. Sketch with a pencil inside view of the bus as You would see it from your seat. (50 Marks)

  2. Using curved and straight lines, design and draw in the given space, a two-dimensional composition to indicate “Peace”. Colour the composition in a colour scheme of your choice.(25 Marks)

  3. Arrange a number of cubes of different sizes to create a sense of opening & steps. Show shades & shadows on the composition. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 55

  1. In the morning you are visiting the riverbank with your friends. At the riverbank, you see there are some ladies washing clothes, a few girls carrying water in pots and a small temple at distance. Draw the scene from your imagination/ memory.(50 Marks)

  2. Design and draw a logo for a voluntary social organisation working to help visually challenged persons. You can use the maximum three different shapes and three colours.(25 Marks)

  3. Imagine that you are given 4 cubical concrete blocks, 6 wooden logs and a thin piece of cloth for making a sculptural composition. Make a three-dimensional sketch to show your composition. Show the effect of shades & shadows. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 56

  1. You are standing in a que at a cinema hall to get the ticket for the feature film that is popular (hit) today. You can view others standing in a que till the booking window, people standing around (not in the Que) looking at hoardings/banners and those entering the hall beyond. Draw a pencil sketch of what you see from your position. ( 50 Marks )

  2. Using at least four shapes of the moon in various phases make an interesting composition by overlapping/repeating these shapes. Colour the composition in shades of any one colour.( 25 Marks )

  3. Two toothbrushes and toothpaste are kept in a glass on a table. A shaving brush is lying near it. Draw a three-dimensional sketch of these objects showing shades and shadows.( 25 Marks ) Drawing solution

NATA Drawing Question Paper 57

  1. Imagine that your size has been reduced to 6 cms and you are on the ground with your pet dog in your garden. You also see two birds nearby. Draw a pencil sketch of what you would see sitting alongside your companions with the view around. (50 Marks)

  2. Make a visually appealing two-dimensional composition using the basic geometric shape of a mango. You may use the shape any number of times and overlap it. Colour the composition in shades of two colours in a medium of your choice.(25 Marks)

  3. On your grandfather’s study desk you find there are 3 thick books, a pair of reading glasses, a magnifying glass, a table clock and glass of drinking water lying there. You place these objects in a manner to make an attractive sculpture-like composition. Draw in pencil only the composition as seen from one of the angles and also show shades and shadows on it.(25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 58

  1. Choose any room in your house. Imagine your height is reduced to around 40 cms. How will you see the furniture layout of that room from your viewpoint? (50 Marks)

  2. Create and draw in given space a pattern using basic geometrical shapes (e.g. Square, hexagon, circle, triangle, etc.) for a border around the entrance door to an old haveli (Mansion). The pattern you will draw is to be repeated in a linear arrangement to form the border. Colour the pattern using any three colours of your choice. (Please draw only the pattern and not entire door) (25 Marks)

  3. On a table next to wall two thick books are standing vertically with one pencil box atop these, Light is thrown at an angle of 45 degrees from the left. Draw the whole composition with shade and shadow. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 59

  1. You are in the school playground to watch an inter-school football match. You are seating on the ground just behind the goal post and net of the opposition team. Your school team is awarded a free-kick against the opposition team just outside the D and your friend is on the spot to take the kick. Other teammates and players have taken their positions. Draw a pencil sketch of what you see from your seat. (50 Marks)

  2. God has decided to create a company promoting the sky. Design a logo for this company. Colour it in any medium using not more than three colours of your choice. (25 Marks)

  3. In the given space arrange three cricket balls, one cricket bat, stumps & a cricket cap to make an interesting, abstract, stable, three-dimensional composition like a still life. Also, show the effect of light & shade on the objects. Your composition should be sufficiently large to fill the drawing space.  (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 60

  1. Imagine that your size has been reduced to 6 cms and you are on the ground with your pet dog in your garden. You also see two birds nearby. Draw a pencil sketch of what you would see sitting alongside your companions with the view around. (50 Marks)

  2. Create a composition in the given space using any three alphabetic letters ( eg: ‘B’ ‘G’ & ‘W’ etc. You are free to use any letters of your choice) in combination with two other primary shapes ( circle & triangle ). The alphabets can be broken but the primary shape should be intact. Colour it in any medium of your choice using 2 colours.  (25 Marks)

  3. In the given rectangle draw a stable 3-dimensional composition using equal numbers of glucose, Marie, krackjack and any cream biscuits. Show shade and shadows on the composition.  (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 61

  1. Imagine you are sitting on a chair in the barbershop or a boutique. Barber or makeup artist is cutting your hair. Draw what you see in the Mirror, which is in front of you. (50 Marks)

  2. In the given space, make a two-dimensional composition using profiles of cooking vessels of various sizes, shapes and colours. (You must overlap profiles) Colour your composition using not more than FOUR colours. (25 Marks)

  3. A metal lunch box, a glass water bottle, two spoons and a cap is kept on a table as preparation for a trip. Arrange these objects to form a three-dimensional composition and draw them showing shades and shadows. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 62

  1. Imagine yourself to be a bird sitting on the edge of your nest on the tree. Nest has eggs in it. The little boy next door curious about it is trying to climb the tree to see what is inside the nest. Draw the scene in pencil from your point of view. (50 Marks)

  2. Design and draw in the given space a square graphic composition to be used on Tee Shirts to be given to volunteers for INTER-COLLEGE CULTURAL FESTIVAL. Colour the design using a maximum of four colours. (25 Marks)

  3. On a table next to wall two thick books are standing vertically with one pencil box atop these, Light is thrown at an angle of 45 degrees from the left. Draw the whole composition with shade and shadow. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 63

  1. You are standing on a footpath at a pedestrian zebra crossing on the road. A bus has stopped at the stop line, a motorcycle rider is next to bus and autorickshaw is behind him. Two school children are crossing the road on the zebra crossing and a Traffic policeman is at the median (divider). Draw a pencil sketch as you would see the scene. (50 Marks)

  2. Design and draw in the given space a square graphic composition to be used on Tee Shirts to SAVE GIRL CHILD Campaign. Colour the design using the maximum four colours. The words (Save Girl Child) should NOT be used within the square graphic as it will be printed separately on the Tee shirt. (25 Marks)

  3. Arrange a number of cubes of different sizes to create a sense of opening & steps. Show shades & shadows on the composition. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 64

  1. Visualize an elephant, a zebra and a giraffe escaping from the zoo and coming into your own neighbourhood amongst humans. Make a pencil sketch of the scene from imagination. (50 Marks)

  2. Using primary shapes like square/triangle and circle design a traffic signage on the road indicating a Railway station nearby. Colour the composition by using any 2 colours in addition to white. (25 Marks)

  3. Imagine that you are given 4 cubical concrete blocks, 6 wooden logs and a thin piece of cloth for making a sculptural composition. Make a three-dimensional sketch to show your composition. Show the effect of shades & shadows. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 65

  1. Children from your neighbourhood are flying kites. You are reduced to a small size to ride a Kite and you are riding one of the kites. Draw a pencil sketch of what you see below riding on the kite. (50 Marks)

  2. In the given space use any number of triangles of various sizes to create an interesting composition to depict FLIGHT. Colour the composition using cool colours only. (25 Marks)

  3. In the given rectangle make a stable, interesting looking composition using 4 earthen pots of any shape and size placed in a group, show shade & shadow on the composition. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 66

  1. Imagine you are an ant on the top of a half-eaten pizza inside a pizza box, the cover of the pizza box is half open, you can see and Pepsi bottle and a cup outside the box, draw the scene. (50 Marks)

  2. Use the basic shapes of a protractor, set square and a ruler and compose an interesting 2D combination. You can resize the shape if required, use any four colours of your choice to colour this composition. (25 Marks)

  3. Use the basic shapes of a pencil, eraser and sharpener create an interesting stable composition, you can scale each object to any size of your choice, and use them in multiples, but it has to have a minimum of one of each of these objects. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 67

  1. You are an ant on a table with two bottles and two glasses, each of them contain liquids at different levels, there is a window in the rooms through which light is coming in, draw what you see with light and shadows. (50 Marks)

  2. Use the basic 2D shapes found in a bicycle and create an interesting 2D composition of your choice, colour with any 3 colours of your choice. (25 Marks)

  3. Create an interesting sculpture Using the basic 3D shapes of sports gear found in a cricket kit For Eg: Wickets, bails etc, You can scale each object to any size of your choice, and use them in multiples, but it has to have a minimum of 3 objects from a cricket kit. Draw the effect of light and shadow on your composition. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 68

  1. Imagine that your size has been reduced significantly and you are standing in a pencil box that has three pencils, one sharpener, and one compass, one small piece of paper, one eraser and one fountain pen. Draw what you would see standing inside the pencil box with the lid of the box open. (50 Marks)

  2. Draw a visually appealing composition using the five given shapes and colour it using four colours. You can use any shape more than once. However, each shape has to be used at least once. (25 Marks)

  3. Make an interesting three-dimensional stable composition using three bottles, two balls and one lampshade in the space provided. Also, show the effect of light and shadow on the composition. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 69

  1. From a balcony of your fourth-floor apartment you are looking at a small place of worship surrounded by a garden. Depict the scenario on a busy sunny day. Use an appropriate pencil as a medium. (50 Marks)

  2. Using in desired numbers, the basic geometric shapes found in a bicycle, make a visually appealing composition without overlapping the pieces and colour it using three colours in a medium of your choice. (25 Marks)

  3.  Sixteen wooden cubes in four different colours are available with you. Make use of these cubes to create a show piece that can be displayed in your drawing room. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 70

  1. Draw using a pencil only, the scene of a man sitting on an elephant in a large hall with one circular opening in the roof. (50 Marks)

  2. You have been provided with pieces of coloured paper in the shape of red triangles, blue circles and yellow squares. Make a composition in the given space using a maximum of five pieces. (25 Marks)

  3. Five bricks, four circular wooden logs and six balls are given to you. Make an interesting three-dimensional stable composition using these elements and show the effect of light and shadow on the composition. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 71

  1. Imagine that your size has been reduced significantly and you are standing in a pencil box that has three pencils, one sharpener, and one compass, one small piece of paper, one eraser and one fountain pen. Draw what you would see standing inside the pencil box with the lid of the box open. (50 Marks)

  2. Draw a visually appealing composition using the five given shapes and colour it using four colours. You can use any shape more than once. However, each shape has to be used at least once. (25 Marks)

  3. Make an interesting three-dimensional stable composition using three bottles, two balls and one lampshade in the space provided. Also, show the effect of light and shadow on the composition. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 72

  1. From a balcony of your fourth-floor apartment, you are looking at a small place of worship surrounded by a garden. Depict the scenario on a busy sunny day. Use an appropriate pencil as a medium. (50 Marks)

  2. Using in desired numbers, the basic geometric shapes found in a bicycle, make a visually appealing composition without overlapping the pieces and colour it using three colours in a medium of your choice. (25 Marks)

  3. Sixteen wooden cubes in four different colours are available with you. Make use of these cubes to create a showpiece that can be displayed in your drawing room. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 73

  1. Draw using a pencil only, the scene of a man sitting on an elephant in a large hall with one circular opening in the roof. (50 Marks)

  2. You have been provided with pieces of coloured paper in the shape of red triangles, blue circles and yellow squares. Make a composition in the given space using a maximum of five pieces. (25 Marks)

  3. Five bricks, four circular wooden logs and six balls are given to you. Make an interesting three-dimensional stable composition using these elements and show the effect of light and shadow on the composition. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 74

  1. Imagine that your size has been reduced significantly and you are standing in a pencil box that has three pencils, one sharpener, and one compass, one small piece of paper, one eraser and one fountain pen. Draw what you would see standing inside the pencil box with the lid of the box open. (50 Marks)

  2. Draw a visually appealing composition using the five given shapes and colour it using four colours. You can use any shape more than once. However, each shape has to be used at least once. (25 Marks)

  3. Make an interesting three-dimensional stable composition using three bottles, two balls and one lampshade in the space provided. Also, show the effect of light and shadow on the composition. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 75

  1. From a balcony of your fourth-floor apartment, you are looking at a small place of worship surrounded by a garden. Depict the scenario on a busy sunny day. Use an appropriate pencil as a medium. (50 Marks)

  2. Using in desired numbers, the basic geometric shapes found in a bicycle, make a visually appealing composition without overlapping the pieces and colour it using three colours in a medium of your choice. (25 Marks)

  3. Sixteen wooden cubes in four different colours are available with you. Make use of these cubes to create a showpiece that can be displayed in your drawing room. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 76

  1. Imagine that you are a worm moving in the vegetable market. sketch what u see. (50 Marks)

  2. Draw a logo 4 kabbadi game using rectangles, circles and triangles use only 3 colours. (25 Marks)

  3. Using cubes of different sizes create a sense of opening and steps with light and shades (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 77

  1. You are visiting a mall where there are food stalls. you are enjoying your cold drink on the ground floor of the 5 storey atrium space seeing the people moving on the escalators, shopping, performing cultural. Sketch this scene. (50 Marks)

  2. Redesign a logo for a mobile company filling it with colours of your choice so that all generations of people are attracted towards it. (25 Marks)

  3. You are seeing your grandfather’s desk where there are three broad books, a pair of specs, a glass of drinking water, a table clock. Now rearrange these items to give a sculpture like a look. Also, give 3d effects and shadows. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 78

  1. You are looking out of a window. It’s a normal window with a wooden panel & horizontal bars (grills).you can see a playground with play equipment & some children playing. Beyond that, there is a small building & a hospital after that. Draw your view from your imagination. (50 Marks)

  2. Design a bedsheet for a children’s bedroom using basic geometric shapes. Each shape cannot be used only twice. And the maximum 4 colours. (25 Marks)

  3. You have 4 cubes interlinked to each other. Some are opaque.some are transparent. Draw a stable structure showing the effect of light & also draw the shades & shadows of them. (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 79

  1. Imagine your size is 5cm. It is raining. kids are playing with paper boats in puddles. you are sitting on the board and enjoying the ride and the kids are laughing at you. Draw what you see. (50 Marks)

  2. Make an interesting 2d composition with 5 playing cards using three colours only. (25 Marks)

  3. You have three balls, a bat, stumps, and a cap. Make a dimension stable arrangement and show the effect of light.  (25 Marks)

NATA Drawing Question Paper 80

  1. Imagine you are a 3-year-old boy looking out from a third-floor balcony where you can see a playground with children playing cricket with an adjoining street with a temple nearby and sketch the situation. (50 Marks)

  2. Sketch a mural for a drama theatre lobby. (propotions:10 metre long and 2 metres high)(25 Marks)

  3. Sketch a 3 – D composition of 3 books, 1 magnifying glass, 1 pair of spectacles,  1 Drinking glass and 1 alarm clock. (25 Marks)
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