Pencil self portrait 2013
Post on 12-Apr-2017
part 1: your pencil self-portrait
Objectives Studio Skills Presentation
You completed a self-portrait in pencil using observational drawing techniques, including:
closely studying your face and drawing from observation
working from light to dark
stopping to check for accuracy as you work
adding a full range of values to your portrait to give it form
Your portrait shows a full range of values: whitest, darkest, and multiple shades of middle grey.
You used sighting and making comparisons to other features to ensure that your portrait has accurate proportions and features
You used your time productively, appropriately, and safely during every class.
You took care of the art materials and voluntarily assisted in clean-up on a daily basis.
Your drawings are free from tears, folds, smudges, stray marks, or guidelines.
You stayed away from smudging when creating value.
Your work shows effort to complete the drawing.
you took the time to complete your best work.
Give yourself the grade you feel you earned:Give yourself the grade you feel you earned:Give yourself the grade you feel you earned:
/20 /20 /20
part 1 TOTAL:part 1 TOTAL: /60
1. What did you learn about drawing self-portraits during this unit that was new to you?
2. What advice would you give to someone who was about to start drawing their self-portrait?
RUBRIC TOTAL: /10
alternative materials self-portraitRUBRIC: