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Perspective Drawing 
Rubric Code: C22C4C5
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Subject: Arts and Design  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8


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Exceeds expectations

20 pts


Met expectations

15 pts


Nearing expectations

10 pts


Didn't meet expectations

5 pts

Use of Perspective

20

Horizon line drawn. All objects are taken to the proper vanishing point neatly. All parallel lines are correct.
15

Most objects are taken to the proper vanishing point neatly. All parallel lines are correct. An excellent attempt.
10

Most objects are taken to the proper vanishing point neatly. All parallel lines are correct.
5

Vanishing points are used somewhat. Neatness may need improvement. There are some errors in perspective.
Added Details

20

Evidence is clear of a solid attempted to add details to enhance this drawing. You understand that the details make your drawing unique and you pushed the drawing to its fullest potential.
15

Great attempted to add details to enhance this drawing. You understand that the details make your drawing unique.
10

Good attempt to add details. There could be more added to enhance this drawing. You understand that the details make your drawing unique.
5

You attempted to add some details but you could've added more to enhance your drawing.
Composition

20

Excellent use of drawing area (space). Good organization, strong focal point and accents.
15

Good use of drawing area (space). Organization, is okay, focal point and accents are not as obvious.
10

Drawing not used to your ability. You could have filled more space. Some missing information, details or small objects omitted.
5

Use of drawing area may be a better choice. Objects may seem to float in space. Organization may need revisions. You may have information missing.
Neatness/Completion

20

Evidence is clear of a solid attempted to ensure your work is neat, clean, and complete. You have taken your time and therefore you work shows your hard work.
15

Good attempt at making you project neat, clean, and complete. You have minimal areas that are not adequate or unfinished.
10

Drawing not representative of your ability. The work is not clean, it is not finished, and you have carelessly put it together.
5

You have decided to leave a majority of your art unfinished and therefore it looks unfinished. Your craft has not been used to benefit your work in this attempt.
Effort and Use of class time

20

Strong effort was shown consistently. Used all of class time wisely.
15

Good effort was shown consistently. Used most of class time.
10

Little effort was shown. Used some of class time.
5

Minimal effort was shown. Didn't use class time too wisely.



Keywords:
  • 1 point, two point, perspective, linear perspective,vanishing point, horizon line







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