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Final Drawing Project 
Rubric Code: E22WC5A
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Subject: Arts and Design  
Type: Assignment  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate


Powered by iRubric Final Project
100 % Final Assessment Drawing
  Meets

Great work, meets all criteria

100 pts

Approaching

Good work, lacking in some areas, meets majority of criteria

85 pts

Beginning

Adequate work, lacking in areas, meets little criteria

75 pts

unacceptable

Adequate work, lacking in areas, meets little criteria

65 pts

Planning
10 %

Meets

Student can describe in detail at any point during the planning/execution process how they envision the final product and how they intend to reach their goal. Very focused and goal-oriented.
Approaching

Student can describe how they envision the final product and can describe the steps they will use to reach their goal. Focused with good planning.
Beginning

Student can describe how they envision the final product but find it difficult to describe exactly how they will reach that goal. Has set a goal and knows some of the steps to take.
unacceptable

Student has thought very little about the project. Is present but is not invested in the product.
Design/Composition
20 %

Meets

Student applies design principles with great skill and confidence
(such as unity, contrast, balance, movement, direction, emphasis, and center of interest) with great skill
Approaching

Student applies design principles with good skill.
(such as unity, contrast, balance, movement, direction, emphasis, and center of interest)
Beginning

Student applies design principles with fair skill.
such as unity, contrast, balance, movement, direction, emphasis, and center of interest) but the overall result is not pleasing.
unacceptable

Student does not appear to be able to apply most design principles to their work.
Use of Materials/Craftsmanship
20 %

Meets

Student used class time to their advantage.
The project was continued until it was as complete as the student could make it; gave effort far beyond that required; took pride in going well beyond the requirements.
Approaching

Media is used carefully and skillfully and the drawing is completely finished. Student used class time well. The student worked hard and completed the project, but with a little more effort it might have been outstanding.
Beginning

Media is used poorly and needs improvement and/or cleaned up. Majority of drawing is unfinished and needs further attention. Time management needs improvement.
unacceptable

Media is used incorrectly or without refinement, drawing is unfinished or appears messy and needs attention. Presentation has not been considered.
Student did not use class time wisely.
Creativity
20 %

Meets

Student has taken the technique being studied and applied it in a way that is their own. The student's personality/voice comes through.
Approaching

Student has taken the technique and has used source materials as a starting place. Student's personality comes through in places.
Beginning

Student has used the source as a place for inspiration and has taken a little liberty with it to make slightly original.
There is little evidence of creativity, but the student has done the assignment.
unacceptable

Student has not made much attempt to meet the requirements of the assignment.
Line Quality
10 %

Meets

The student used many aspects of detail of the objects that created a sense of realism. line weight and quality was considered and implemented. Many details add to the richness and interesting effect, including details shadows, textures, etc.
Approaching

Student used many aspects of detail of the objects that created some sense of realism.
The use of overlapping objects were used. There are clean lines,all materials that are used were done so in a proper manner
Beginning

Line was sometimes drawn with sensitivity and variation but was not consistently interesting or was impatiently applied in some areas. There was no use of the details in objects create a sense of dimension. Interior lines did not follow exterior lines to create roundness.
unacceptable

Student has a very poor understanding of the tools and techniques covered in class. No care or very little care was given to application of line.
Line was sloppy or quickly sketched in.
Proportions and Perspective
10 %

Meets

Student understands how to use the tools and techniques covered in class to obtain correct proportions and perspectives.
Approaching

Student understands how to use the tools and techniques covered in class just enough to obtain semi-believable proportions and perspective. Some of the proportions are a little to far off, and could have been corrected with a little more time and effort.
Beginning

Student has a poor understanding of the tools and techniques covered in class. Proportions, perspective and details are a little too far off, either because of lack of time and effort or understanding.
unacceptable

Student has a very poor understanding of the tools and techniques covered in class. Perspective, proportions and details are incorrect, either because of lack of time and effort or understanding. Image is most likely incomplete. Student most likely missed days, which made it impossible to have the time to achieve objectives of project.





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