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AP DRAWING

Weekly Sketchbook Assignments 

RUBRIC

Sketchbook Assignments: In addition to using your sketch to plan your projects, you must complete one sketch each week. Spend approximately 45 minutes to an hour per idea. Sketchbooks should display forethought, good composition, exceptional craftsmanship, have mature subject matter (avoid trite, overused symbols). These sketchbook assignments should be finished drawings. Sometimes breadth pieces come from sketchbooks. Enjoy exploring different topics and techniques. Check the rubric to ensure your success in doing your best work. It is up to you to interpret the assignment and to explore different materials and techniques.

 

WEEK #:

  1. Pile of pillows

  2. Insects

  3. Draw on top of an old drawing

  4. Man vs. Nature

  5. Close up of an object making it abstract

  6. 5 drawings on top of each other

  7. Transformation

  8. Jim Dine: tools

  9. Negative space only

  10. Only objects I found at this location_________

  11. Non objective

  12. Oops, wrong color

  13. Contradiction

  14. Outside vs. inside

  15. Plugged in

  16. Extreme light source

  17. Refuge

  18. Extreme perspective

  19. Chinese proverb

  20. Social statement

  21. A tiny image repeated several times

  22. Café

  23. Park

  24. View from a car mirror

  25. What was for dinner

  26. Laundry day

  27. Glass bottles

  28. Shoes

  29. Create a texture surface and draw on it

  30. Sink with dishes in it and soapy water

  31. Yourself in 15 years

  32. Abstract drawing of a building

  33. Opposites

  34. Conflict of interest

  35. Layer it on

  36. Choose from one of the following:

    1. Anatomy

    2. Morphs

    3. The senses

    4. Fill a plastic bag with objects and draw

    5. Metallic objects

    6. Autumn forest floor








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