Art Rubric Caricature - Waterford Public Schools

Art Rubric Caricature - Waterford Public Schools

Art Rubric Caricature –watercolor Criteria What is expected 1. Name_______________________________ Class_______ Exceeds Expectations 100-90 Meets E...

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Art Rubric Caricature –watercolor Criteria What is expected

1.

Name_______________________________ Class_______ Exceeds Expectations 100-90

Meets Expectations 89-80

Approaching Expectations 70-79

Did Not Meet Expectations 69 and under

Rate Teacher Yourself Rating

Composition:

Components of composition are well placed (head, body, background), Space is well utilized, both positive and negative. Components are important to communicating caricatures character/personality. ***Composition and idea is original and meaningful.

18-16

16-14

12 or below

20-18

18-16

16-14

12 or below

20-18

18-16

16-14

12 or below

20-18

18-16

16-14

12 or below

20-18

18-16

16-14

12 or below

20-18

(20 pts.)

2. Elements/Principles: Emphasis-a focal point is created through placement, value, color size, etc. Space- a sense of depth is created (foreground, midground, Background) through perspective (aerial and linear) (20 pts.) 3. Color: Expressive color, reflecting the character of the composition, was used. Watercolor was kept flued and techniques were used to create effects that enhance the image. (20 pts) 4. Effort: Took time to develop idea, worked hard, completed project and used art time wisely. (20 pts.) 5. Craftsmanship: Neat, clean and complete, skillful use of art tools and media. (20 pts.) Total Points:

100

Your Total

Teacher Total

Grade:

Ideas for comment: Was there a particular challenge you did not anticipate? How did you solve it? What do you feel is the most valuable skill or concept you learned from this project? How could you use this skill or concept in other art projects? What do you like most about your project and why? If you were to do this project again, what would you do differently? Students Comments:

Teacher Comments:

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