Sketchbooks are graded in class every Monday. They include all bell work, classwork, notes, and handouts from the previous week. If you are absent, you do not need to make up the bell work. Everything must be neatly labeled and glued within your sketchbook before it is graded. Sketchbook must be neat, clean, and in good condition at all times, or otherwise be replaced.
MONDAYS: Sketchbook check of previous week's bell work, notes, and classwork.
WEDNESDAYS: Weekly homework assignments are due.
FRIDAYS: Tests, but not every week. Students are always given advanced notice of any assessment. Study guides for tests are given out 1 week prior to the test date.
Friday, February 8th
Sketchbook Check Monday 2.4
Planar Analysis 1/2 page handout with notes (in folder)
Value/Self-Portrait project worksheet (in folder)
Finished Self-Portrait sketch with planar analysis and value
Bell Work Week 4 (Friday only): (complete with sketch and 1/4 box full of notes on Rembrandt)
Sketchbook Check Monday 1.28
Partner Portrait (finished, full page, neck and shoulders)
Self-Portrait (finished, full page, neck and shoulders)
Bell Work Week 3: (complete with sketch and 1/4 box full of notes on Kahlo)
Sketchbook Check Tuesday 1.22
Ear Examples and Notes on Facial Feature Handouts
Hair Examples and Notes on Facial Feature Handouts (minus your own hair)
Bell Work from Week 2
Sketchbook Check Monday 1.14
Simple Skull Drawing
Simple Robot Face Drawing (for proportions) with notes (either in Sketchbook or on Figure Drawing Worksheet.)
Table Mates nose (quick sketch with light value)
Elements and Principles Worksheet glued in sketchbook
Figure Drawing Worksheet (loose) and the following spaces with completed drawings, value, and vocabulary labeled
Face proportions in note sections (should be FULL of notes)
Egg head template divided into proportions with guidelines
Eye Example and Your Eye
Nose Example and Your Nose
Lips Example and Your Lips
Ear Example and Your Ear (if time)
Bell Work Week 1: Labeled, divided into quarters with rulered lines, Completed with mark-making value and contour line. Notes on mark-making terms and 4 drawing steps.
Van Gogh Art History and E&P Notes from Friday's discussion
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