How to Attempt the Grid Questions in NIFT and NID Exam?

  1. Check-box Grids — These are the most common grids that are used to depict season, transformation, emotions or personality. These check-box grades are easy to color.
Source: Google
  1. Hexagonal Grids — These Hexagons grids are generally used to express emotions.
Source: Google
Source: Google
  1. Emotions Depiction
  2. Personality Depiction
  3. Season depiction (Nature)
  4. Transformation Depiction
  1. If the inspiration is not given, it is advised to specify that you choose to apply. For example, if it’s a festival or joy you can choose Holi with mixed colors or Diwali with yellow tone, and Christmas for that matter. So, specify an inspiration with the context a perception adds up to your idea being represented. Show your creativity.
  2. Do not use more than 4 to 5 colors. Also if more than 4 to 5 colors are required try to balance it otherwise it will look very untidy and not showcase your idea behind it even if you try to explain in the most compelling way.
  3. Fill each box with one color. Do not ever be persuaded by any other information. It is advised to fill one box with one color and please fill out the whole box perfectly.
  4. Do not use one color continuously in the boxes. It showcases your color psychology. Go for lighter shades if the same color is needed.
  5. Do not make any stripes or any pattern. Definitely you can do shading but don’t draw patterns.
  6. You can leave a few boxes white but do mention the reason/inspiration behind it.
  7. Let your grid drawing follow one medium of uniform coloring like either horizontal, or smudge. You should never mix or include the two kinds of color filling strategies. You need to be specific and attentive.
  8. Be attentive to color psychology. Understand the color scheme when mixing colors. It is an essential part of the grid question.

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