Art 1 Sketchbooks

Mastery Objective(s): the student will…

chart visual artistic progress by recording creative experiments & exercises, ideas + practice, notes + reflections in a sketchbook.

This course and your personal growth as an artist require that you begin working in your sketchbook during the first weeks of school. For this purpose, you will need to obtain either a spiral bound or hardbound sketchbook (8.5″ x 11″ or 9″ x 12″). If you are unable to get a spiral bound or hardbound sketchbook, you will need to purchase a plastic three-prong folder with pockets. If you opt for report covers, you will also need a pack of white computer paper. A three-hole punch will be available in the art studio, but you may find it helpful to have one at home. 

Some examples of SKETCHBOOKS that have proven to last and have great paper:


For our area/location Michael’s, A.C. Moore, Staples, or Dick Blick is best for shopping. 

Coupons are usually available for Michael’s and A.C. Moore on a daily basis with access from your mobile device. 

Sketchbooks will be turned in for grading on the Friday of the first week of the month. Sketchbooks may be submitted one day late, but as a result, will be docked one full letter grade. NO SKETCHBOOKS will be accepted for credit with major sketchbook assignments UNFINISHED or more than one day beyond the collection date!

Also use your sketchbook to:

DrawTry out NEW MEDIADoodleWrite notes to yourselfMake lists of ideasCopy inspirational quotesSketch on locationPlan projectsCollect clippingsParticipate in doodle or drawing challenges

This is a collection of all your creative thoughts and will become an invaluable resource for ideas as well as a wonderful record of your progress, so:

DATE & LABEL PAGES…so you know when + what!

NEVER ERASE OR REMOVE A PAGE…so you have evidence of what you have done and where you were artistically, compared to where you will be in the future!


Quarter 1 (2018-2019)


SKBK No.1: Zentangle Animalzentangle beardue OCTOBER 5th


SKBK No.2: Choose 1 out of 3!

 

Choice #1:

Edgar Allan POE!

Poe detail 3 - Emily

Choice #2:

Robots, Goblins & Monsters, Oh My!

SKBK Monsters Robots Sample 5.jpg  IMG_5276.JPG

Choice #3:

FEAR!

SKBK Fear Allie c 2021
Allie c.2021

SKBK No.3: Metamorphosis or Hybrid

SKBK Hybrid Julianne c 2021
Julianne c.2021

due NOVEMBER 2nd


Quarter 2 (2018-2019)


Ribbon Drawing

ribbon painting

Eye Spy

Eye Spy SKBK - Julianne
Julianne c.2021

due November 30th


Previously Assigned Sketchbooks:

Contour Line Face

contour line face - hannah


Common Multiples

Katie Rose c.2021
Katie Rose c.2021

A World In A Jar

what would you keep in a jar

 

SKBK World In A Jar c 2021 Samuel


 Identity Silhouette

Processed with VSCOcam with 4 preset


 

Zoom-In + Multiple Views

Fruit Zoom-In SKBK.jpg


Dream DESSERT

SKBK dream dessert Class of 2021 Tori


 

Tree House

Treehouse SKBK - Hannah
Hannah Plishner

 


Day of the Dead

Day of the Dead c.2020 f


Real Life vs. Cartoon Portrait

SKBK cartoon Class of 2020 Hannah.jpg


Pet Cartoon Portrait

Winston is always plotting chris beetow


 A Walk in My Shoes

Lauren V Allenwalk in my shoes
Lauren V Allen “Walk In My Shoes”, Mixed Media and Collage, 2011.

Edibles

tabitha eller blintzes_web
Tabitha JE Eller “Cherry Blintzes”, Marker and White Gel Pen. 2018.

CD Weaving

cd picture


Notan

notan-1


Low-Relief Cardboard Face

cardboard faces


Open Choice – Oh, goodie!

art tools

 

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