Assignment - Student Dragons

This page will become your process portfoliio for this project. You will need to document the entire process of creating your dragon. Make sure to include:
  • the terms that represent you
  • the sketches of your dragon
  • a digital image of your finished dragon
  • a reflection on the process of creating your dragon and your influences

Art Production for 2D and 3D dragons:
Originality Creativity
4= Dagon really is me very original and one of a kind.
3= Dragon is expressive and original.
2= Dragon has parts copied and some original work.
1= Dragon is not original.

Craftsmanship / Skill / Consistency
4= Dragon was the best work possible it is an excellent self-portrait.
3= Dragon could have been excellent; but missing the finishing
2= Dragon is of average craftsmanship; good, but a bit careless.
1= Dragon is below average in consistency, showed lack of skill in
finished project.

Media Manipulation
4= Used the materials, tools and techniques properly to achieve the highest
of standards.
3= Used the materials, tools and techniques to accomplish the assignment,
but lacked the final stages.
2= Used the materials in an adequate manner, but was a little sloppy.
1= Did not use the materials, tools and techniques as instructed.

Documentation Of Dragon Production
4= Took the best photos documenting of my work with a detailed description
and reflection for each stage of my dragon making process.
3= Took clear photos of my dragon making process with a description
and reflection for each.
2= Took adequate photos and a short description and reflection of my
dragon production.
1= Took substandard photos and short descriptions and reflections of my
dragon production.

Visual Art Standards:

1.1 Understands what makes different art media, techniques and processes effective or ineffective in communicating various ideas.
1.2 Knows how the qualities and characteristics of art media, techniques, and processes can be used to enhance communication of experiences and idea.
2.1 Knows some of the effects of various visual structures (design elements, such as line, color, shape, principles such as repletion, rhythm, balance) and functions of art.
3.1 Knows how visual, spatial and temporal concepts integrate with content to communicate intended meaning in one’s artworks
3.2 Knows different subjects, themes and symbols (through context, value and aesthetics), which convey intended meaning in artworks.
4.1 Understand similarities and differences among the characteristics of artworks from various eras and cultures.
4.2 Understands the historical and cultural contexts of a variety of art objects.
4.3 Understands how factors of time and place influence visual, spatial or temporal characteristics that give meaning or function to a work of art.
5.1 Distinguishes among multiple purposes for creating works of art.
5.2 Understands possible contemporary and historic meanings in specific artworks.
5.3 Understands how one’s own artworks, as well artworks from various eras and cultures, may elicit a variety of responses.