EMOTIONAL CHARCOAL STILL LIFE

PRESENTATION: The drawing has been sprayed with Fixative to prevent smudging/smearing. Problem criteria Your drawing is free of unnecessary smudges, smears, rips, tears, and wrinkles. The final piece is evident of quality time, thought, and care. DESIGN: You have achieved a dynamic composition through your decisions of the size, view, and placement of objects on your page. STUDIO SKILLS: You used all three types of drawing media (compressed charcoal, vine charcoal, and eraser) to create a wide range of values, from the darkest possible There is a clear sense darks, to the lightest of visual movement possible lights. throughout your composition. The background of your piece is completely considered.

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OBJECTIVE: You and your group created a still life that conveys a chosen emotion. In your drawing, you have created the illusion of form by achieving a wide range of values and an accurate depiction of space. You have avoided using lines to define your objects, and have instead relied on shapes of values and light to create forms.

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Teacher Assessment

REFLECTION QUESTIONS:
1. What did you learn or discover during this drawing?

2. What did you enjoy about working with charcoal?

2. What was challenging about working with charcoal?

3. What did you do to overcome these challenges?

4. Something you feel you did very well on in this drawing:

5. Something you feel you could improve on in this drawing:

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