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Still Life Drawing

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Rubric Code: JXCA6B6
Students will draw from a still life and apply drawing and shading techniques they have learned to render a final drawing that illustrates their understanding of drawing concepts we have studied in class.
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Categories: Subjects: Arts and Design  
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Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Still life drawing
  Below Basic
2 pts
Basic
3 pts
Proficient
4 pts
Advanced
5 pts
Composition
– there should be a<BR>
primary element of design supporting the composition (rule of thirds/golden mean would be primary layout with an element such as rhythm, light, or directional lines) supporting overall layout
Below Basic

BELOW BASIC<BR>
The objects do not fill the page completely. Objects are placed randomly - feels haphazard. The composition has not been considered.
Basic

BASIC<BR>
Four or more objects fill the page completely. The composition has been somewhat considered with some evidence of thought to supporting elements.
Proficient

PROFICIENT<BR>
The page is filled completely with some of the objects going off the page. Objects are arranged according to the rule of thirds, or golden mean. Evidence of supporting elements enhance the composition.
Advanced

ADVANCED<BR>
The composition is organized according to the rule of thirds or golden mean with a clear focal point, and is skillfully supported by elements of design that create a cohesive overall feel.
Proportion and Space
There is consideration given to the proportion of<BR>
objects (scale and size in comparison to each other) and objects relationship to each other in terms of space (overlapping, negative spaces) and possibly meaning
Below Basic

BELOW BASIC<BR>
Few of the objects are proportionally correct from height to width. There is no overlapping or consideration of negative spaces.
Basic

BASIC<BR>
Most of the objects are proportionally correct from height to width. There is some overlapping of objects and reference to negative spaces between them.
Proficient

PROFICIENT<BR>
All the objects are proportionally correct in reference to each other. They are realistically overlapping with consideration given to spaces between objects.
Advanced

ADVANCED<BR>
All of the objects are proportionally correct in reference to each other and the background. Work illustrates sensitivity to spaces between and around objects.
Shading and Shape
Include a range of 6-8 values that describe the three-dimensional forms. The contours of the forms and textures are accurately rendered through use of value, shading techniques and/or contour line.
Below Basic

BELOW BASIC<BR>
Few of the objects are shaded and most of the objects do no reflect the actual contours of the objects.
Basic

BASIC<BR>
Objects are shaded and most of the objects reflect actual contour of objects. Evidence of 5-6 values.
Proficient

PROFICIENT <BR>
Highlights reflect actual highlights from shading, and all of the objects reflect actual contours. Evidence of 6-8 values.
Advanced

ADVANCED <BR>
Varied value range of darks, highlights, and mid tones, and all of the objects reflect the actual contour (shape). Uses shading to create edges and lines (vs. drawing them) – use eraser as a drawing tool both to create highlights, shapes, lines and, atmospheric perspective/spatial awareness.
Craftsmanship
The work is well crafted.
Below Basic

BELOW BASIC<BR>
The amount of stray marks, smudges, or paper imperfections detracts from the overall apperance of the lettering.
Basic

BASIC<BR>
A few stray marks or smudges are evident but do not greatly detract from the overall appearance of the lettering.
Proficient

PROFICIENT<BR>
Presentation of the work is clean and neat with no stray marks, smudges, wrinkles or curled edges of paper.
Advanced

ADVANCED<BR>
Presentation of the work is exemplary.
Personal Style
Work demonstrates personal mark making style being developed by the artist.
Below Basic

BELOW BASIC<BR>
Many techniques or different kinds of mark making are employed and feel inconsistent or chaotic.
Basic

BASIC<BR>
There is some consistency with mark making.
Proficient

PROFICIENT<BR>
Marks are consistent reflecting the personal style of the artist emerging.
Advanced

ADVANCED<BR>
Marks are very consistent, and confidently rendered reflecting intentional development of personal style.



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