Value

Lesson Description: Students will generate a series of drawings that demonstrate the use of value with graphite, charcoal, and fine point pen. Students will complete a value scale worksheet,

1. complete a sketch and drawing of their own design along with value scale demonstrations using graphite pencil,

2. complete a sketch and a drawing of a shape (still life) that is appropriately shaded with charcoal, and

3. complete a sketch and a drawing (still life) that is appropriately shaded using a fine point pen (sharpie.)

Essential Questions: How do we define Value? What does a value scale show? How can we generate a design that maximizes value?

Learning Objectives: Students will generate a series of drawings that demonstrate the use of value with graphite, charcoal, and fine point pen.

Students will evaluate their 3 studies –

 

Value Study Evaluation: 09/12/14

  1. Students will get their portfolios and take out their 3 value studies -complete a sketch and drawing of their own design along with value scale demonstrations using graphite pencil,– complete a sketch and a drawing of a shape (still life) that is appropriately shaded with charcoal, and complete a sketch and a drawing (still life) that is appropriately shaded using a fine point pen (sharpie.)
  2. Students will take the Art Rubric and evaluate their own work – The rubric will be turned in to Mr. Huggins and your work will stay in your portfolio.


 

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