Value Still Life Name: _____________________________________
Art 8 Class Color: _________________________
Completion of Requirements (1pt. each)
____ Still Life Mounted
____ Composition touches at least 3 sides
____ Name tag attached
Composition/Application of Elements & Principles
Does the design and arrangement of your drawing work together as a cohesive whole? Does your eye
flow effortlessly through the piece? Does your piece appear cluttered or empty?
Application of Materials Processes
You were asked to create a still life that demonstrates your knowledge of value. Did you demonstrate a
effective knowledge of these skills? Is there a range of lights, middle tones, and darks? Did you make use
of all the pencils and demonstrate your knowledge of them?
Application of Processes
You were asked to create a still life that demonstrates your knowledge of drawing. Did you use the
drawing techniques taught in class to create a realistic drawing? Are the objects you drew in proportion
and in scale compared to other objects? Are the objects you chose drawn correctly with a sense of
Are there obvious signs of care and quality in the production and creation of your piece?
Does your piece meet conventional standards of craftsmanship?
Criterion below will be
evaluated on this 12-point scale:
12. Exceeds Expectations
9-11. Meets All Expectations
6-8. Meets Most Expectations
1-5. Meets Few Expectations
Still Life Reflections
What do you think the most successful part of your piece(s) is and why? (2.5 pts.)
What do you think you could do better next time?
What might you change? WHY? (2.5 pts.)
Why did you choose the viewpoint or composition that you chose? (2.5 pts.)
Through the still life work-time and demonstrations, please tell me one concept or idea that you learned
from this project. (2.5 pts.)
Reflection: ______ / 10
Artwork: _____ / 63