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  1. 1. Our Rubric & Artist Statement
  2. 2. HOW TO FILL OUT YOUR RUBRICS AND artist statement reflections: DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You created a design using your initials so that they are almost unrecognizable as letters, and are seen more as a design. (5pts) You challenged yourself to “think past” your first idea. (5pts) You carefully arranged your letters to create a strong composition by doing at least two of the following: • cropping your letters off the page • merging your letters together • altering the font • using negative shapes to make your letters • inverting or rotating your letters • overlapping your letters At least three thumbnail sketches were made (and turned in) in preparation for your final design. (5pts) You carefully glued your paper so that there are minimal wrinkles, and no excess glue seeping from behind your design. (5pts) The final design is evident of quality, time, thought, and care. (5pts) There are no pencil smudges, ripped areas, excess creases, or unnecessary marks on your final piece. (5pts) /10 /20 /10 /10 OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 YOUR NAME:RUBRIC: LOGO DESIGN sketchbook cover LOGO DESIGN and sketchbook cover: Artist statement reflection:
  3. 3. HOW TO FILL OUT YOUR RUBRICS AND artist statement reflections: DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You created a design using your initials so that they are almost unrecognizable as letters, and are seen more as a design. (5pts) You challenged yourself to “think past” your first idea. (5pts) You carefully arranged your letters to create a strong composition by doing at least two of the following: • cropping your letters off the page • merging your letters together • altering the font • using negative shapes to make your letters • inverting or rotating your letters • overlapping your letters At least three thumbnail sketches were made (and turned in) in preparation for your final design. (5pts) You carefully glued your paper so that there are minimal wrinkles, and no excess glue seeping from behind your design. (5pts) The final design is evident of quality, time, thought, and care. (5pts) There are no pencil smudges, ripped areas, excess creases, or unnecessary marks on your final piece. (5pts) /10 /20 /10 /10 OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 YOUR NAME:RUBRIC: LOGO DESIGN sketchbook cover LOGO DESIGN and sketchbook cover: Artist statement reflection:
  4. 4. HOW TO FILL OUT YOUR RUBRICS AND artist statement reflections: DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You created a design using your initials so that they are almost unrecognizable as letters, and are seen more as a design. (5pts) You challenged yourself to “think past” your first idea. (5pts) You carefully arranged your letters to create a strong composition by doing at least two of the following: • cropping your letters off the page • merging your letters together • altering the font • using negative shapes to make your letters • inverting or rotating your letters • overlapping your letters At least three thumbnail sketches were made (and turned in) in preparation for your final design. (5pts) You carefully glued your paper so that there are minimal wrinkles, and no excess glue seeping from behind your design. (5pts) The final design is evident of quality, time, thought, and care. (5pts) There are no pencil smudges, ripped areas, excess creases, or unnecessary marks on your final piece. (5pts) /10 /20 /10 /10 OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 YOUR NAME:RUBRIC: LOGO DESIGN sketchbook cover LOGO DESIGN and sketchbook cover: Artist statement reflection:
  5. 5. * ALWAYS WRITE YOUR NAME! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You created a design using your initials so that they are almost unrecognizable as letters, and are seen more as a design. (5pts) You challenged yourself to “think past” your first idea. (5pts) You carefully arranged your letters to create a strong composition by doing at least two of the following: • cropping your letters off the page • merging your letters together • altering the font • using negative shapes to make your letters • inverting or rotating your letters • overlapping your letters At least three thumbnail sketches were made (and turned in) in preparation for your final design. (5pts) You carefully glued your paper so that there are minimal wrinkles, and no excess glue seeping from behind your design. (5pts) The final design is evident of quality, time, thought, and care. (5pts) There are no pencil smudges, ripped areas, excess creases, or unnecessary marks on your final piece. (5pts) /10 /20 /10 /10 YOUR NAME:RUBRIC: LOGO DESIGN sketchbook cover LOGO DESIGN and sketchbook cover: Artist statement reflection:
  6. 6. * ALWAYS WRITE YOUR NAME! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You created a design using your initials so that they are almost unrecognizable as letters, and are seen more as a design. (5pts) You challenged yourself to “think past” your first idea. (5pts) You carefully arranged your letters to create a strong composition by doing at least two of the following: • cropping your letters off the page • merging your letters together • altering the font • using negative shapes to make your letters • inverting or rotating your letters • overlapping your letters At least three thumbnail sketches were made (and turned in) in preparation for your final design. (5pts) You carefully glued your paper so that there are minimal wrinkles, and no excess glue seeping from behind your design. (5pts) The final design is evident of quality, time, thought, and care. (5pts) There are no pencil smudges, ripped areas, excess creases, or unnecessary marks on your final piece. (5pts) /10 /20 /10 /10 YOUR NAME:RUBRIC: LOGO DESIGN sketchbook cover LOGO DESIGN and sketchbook cover: Artist statement reflection: Ms. appel
  7. 7. * ALWAYS WRITE YOUR NAME! •* give yourself SCOREs for each category • after reading the criteria! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You created a design using your initials so that they are almost unrecognizable as letters, and are seen more as a design. (5pts) You challenged yourself to “think past” your first idea. (5pts) You carefully arranged your letters to create a strong composition by doing at least two of the following: • cropping your letters off the page • merging your letters together • altering the font • using negative shapes to make your letters • inverting or rotating your letters • overlapping your letters At least three thumbnail sketches were made (and turned in) in preparation for your final design. (5pts) You carefully glued your paper so that there are minimal wrinkles, and no excess glue seeping from behind your design. (5pts) The final design is evident of quality, time, thought, and care. (5pts) There are no pencil smudges, ripped areas, excess creases, or unnecessary marks on your final piece. (5pts) /10 /20 /10 /10 YOUR NAME:RUBRIC: LOGO DESIGN sketchbook cover LOGO DESIGN and sketchbook cover: Artist statement reflection: Ms. appel
  8. 8. * ALWAYS WRITE YOUR NAME! •* give yourself SCOREs for each category • after reading the criteria! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You created a design using your initials so that they are almost unrecognizable as letters, and are seen more as a design. (5pts) You challenged yourself to “think past” your first idea. (5pts) You carefully arranged your letters to create a strong composition by doing at least two of the following: • cropping your letters off the page • merging your letters together • altering the font • using negative shapes to make your letters • inverting or rotating your letters • overlapping your letters At least three thumbnail sketches were made (and turned in) in preparation for your final design. (5pts) You carefully glued your paper so that there are minimal wrinkles, and no excess glue seeping from behind your design. (5pts) The final design is evident of quality, time, thought, and care. (5pts) There are no pencil smudges, ripped areas, excess creases, or unnecessary marks on your final piece. (5pts) /10 /20 /10 /10 YOUR NAME:RUBRIC: LOGO DESIGN sketchbook cover LOGO DESIGN and sketchbook cover: Artist statement reflection: 1 0 Ms. appel
  9. 9. * ALWAYS WRITE YOUR NAME! •* give yourself SCOREs for each category • after reading the criteria! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You created a design using your initials so that they are almost unrecognizable as letters, and are seen more as a design. (5pts) You challenged yourself to “think past” your first idea. (5pts) You carefully arranged your letters to create a strong composition by doing at least two of the following: • cropping your letters off the page • merging your letters together • altering the font • using negative shapes to make your letters • inverting or rotating your letters • overlapping your letters At least three thumbnail sketches were made (and turned in) in preparation for your final design. (5pts) You carefully glued your paper so that there are minimal wrinkles, and no excess glue seeping from behind your design. (5pts) The final design is evident of quality, time, thought, and care. (5pts) There are no pencil smudges, ripped areas, excess creases, or unnecessary marks on your final piece. (5pts) /10 /20 /10 /10 YOUR NAME:RUBRIC: LOGO DESIGN sketchbook cover LOGO DESIGN and sketchbook cover: Artist statement reflection: 1 0 1 8 Ms. appel
  10. 10. * ALWAYS WRITE YOUR NAME! •* give yourself SCOREs for each category • after reading the criteria! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You created a design using your initials so that they are almost unrecognizable as letters, and are seen more as a design. (5pts) You challenged yourself to “think past” your first idea. (5pts) You carefully arranged your letters to create a strong composition by doing at least two of the following: • cropping your letters off the page • merging your letters together • altering the font • using negative shapes to make your letters • inverting or rotating your letters • overlapping your letters At least three thumbnail sketches were made (and turned in) in preparation for your final design. (5pts) You carefully glued your paper so that there are minimal wrinkles, and no excess glue seeping from behind your design. (5pts) The final design is evident of quality, time, thought, and care. (5pts) There are no pencil smudges, ripped areas, excess creases, or unnecessary marks on your final piece. (5pts) /10 /20 /10 /10 YOUR NAME:RUBRIC: LOGO DESIGN sketchbook cover LOGO DESIGN and sketchbook cover: Artist statement reflection: 1 0 1 8 8 Ms. appel
  11. 11. * ALWAYS WRITE YOUR NAME! •* give yourself SCOREs for each category • after reading the criteria! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You created a design using your initials so that they are almost unrecognizable as letters, and are seen more as a design. (5pts) You challenged yourself to “think past” your first idea. (5pts) You carefully arranged your letters to create a strong composition by doing at least two of the following: • cropping your letters off the page • merging your letters together • altering the font • using negative shapes to make your letters • inverting or rotating your letters • overlapping your letters At least three thumbnail sketches were made (and turned in) in preparation for your final design. (5pts) You carefully glued your paper so that there are minimal wrinkles, and no excess glue seeping from behind your design. (5pts) The final design is evident of quality, time, thought, and care. (5pts) There are no pencil smudges, ripped areas, excess creases, or unnecessary marks on your final piece. (5pts) /10 /20 /10 /10 YOUR NAME:RUBRIC: LOGO DESIGN sketchbook cover LOGO DESIGN and sketchbook cover: Artist statement reflection: 1 0 1 8 8 9 Ms. appel
  12. 12. DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. /10 /20 /10 /10 OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection:
  13. 13. Each unit will conclude with a written artist statement reflection that addresses various common core standards DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. /10 /20 /10 /10 OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection:
  14. 14. Each unit will conclude with a written artist statement reflection that addresses various common core standards DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. /10 /20 /10 /10 OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection: DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection:
  15. 15. Make sure you answer every part of every question~! Try underlining or highlighting parts of the question to make sure you do not forget anything! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection:
  16. 16. Make sure you answer every part of every question~! Try underlining or highlighting parts of the question to make sure you do not forget anything! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection:
  17. 17. Make sure you answer every part of every question~! Try underlining or highlighting parts of the question to make sure you do not forget anything! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection:
  18. 18. Make sure you answer every part of every question~! Try underlining or highlighting parts of the question to make sure you do not forget anything! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection:
  19. 19. Make sure you answer every part of every question~! Try underlining or highlighting parts of the question to make sure you do not forget anything! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection:
  20. 20. Make sure you answer every part of every question~! Try underlining or highlighting parts of the question to make sure you do not forget anything! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection:
  21. 21. Make sure you answer every part of every question~! Try underlining or highlighting parts of the question to make sure you do not forget anything! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection:
  22. 22. Make sure you answer every part of every question~! Try underlining or highlighting parts of the question to make sure you do not forget anything! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection:
  23. 23. Make sure you answer every part of every question~! Try underlining or highlighting parts of the question to make sure you do not forget anything! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection:
  24. 24. Make sure you answer every part of every question~! Try underlining or highlighting parts of the question to make sure you do not forget anything! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection:
  25. 25. Make sure you answer every part of every question~! Try underlining or highlighting parts of the question to make sure you do not forget anything! DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection:
  26. 26. What techniques did you use to create this piece?
  27. 27. The techniques I used to create my logo design were cropping the letters off the page, zooming in on them so they seem larger, and overlapping letters. I also rotated the letter “C” and connected it to the letter “A” to make them look less like the letters and more like a design.
  28. 28. The techniques I used to create my logo design were cropping the letters off the page, zooming in on them so they seem larger, and overlapping letters. I also rotated the letter “C” and connected it to the letter “A” to make them look less like the letters and more like a design. how did you use these techniques to make your logo successful , unique ,or meaningful?
  29. 29. The techniques I used to create my logo design were cropping the letters off the page, zooming in on them so they seem larger, and overlapping letters. I also rotated the letter “C” and connected it to the letter “A” to make them look less like the letters and more like a design.I used the technique of enlarging my letters and cropping them off the edges of the page so that they would be more simple and less obvious. I feel that the techniques I used make my design more stylized - like a logo - and therefore successful.
  30. 30. the letter “A” to make them look less like the letters and more like a design.I used the technique of enlarging my letters and cropping them off the edges of the page so that they would be more simple and less obvious. I feel that the techniques I used make my design more stylized - like a logo - and therefore successful. How did you use thumbnail sketches to help you come up with your design?
  31. 31. the letter “A” to make them look less like the letters and more like a design.I used the technique of enlarging my letters and cropping them off the edges of the page so that they would be more simple and less obvious. I feel that the techniques I used make my design more stylized - like a logo - and therefore successful.I used thumbnail sketches to help me come up with a stronger, more unique design. They helped me “think past” my first idea to make something even more creative. They also allowed me to see what my design would look like before actually making it on my sketchbook cover.
  32. 32. less obvious. I feel that the techniques I used make my design more stylized - like a logo - and therefore successful.I used thumbnail sketches to help me come up with a stronger, more unique design. They helped me “think past” my first idea to make something even more creative. They also allowed me to see what my design would look like before actually making it on my sketchbook cover. What adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design?
  33. 33. less obvious. I feel that the techniques I used make my design more stylized - like a logo - and therefore successful.I used thumbnail sketches to help me come up with a stronger, more unique design. They helped me “think past” my first idea to make something even more creative. They also allowed me to see what my design would look like before actually making it on my sketchbook cover. The adjustments I made that helped me decide on my final design were to change the font from curvy cursive to a “serif” font, as well as to use a viewfinder (“paper L’s”) to determine how I could crop my design to be even stronger.
  34. 34. I made that helped me decide on my final design were to change the font from curvy cursive to a “serif” font, as well as to use a viewfinder (“paper L’s”) to determine how I could crop my design to be even stronger. were you inspired by any of the logos you have seen in class or in every day life? Which ones and How?
  35. 35. I made that helped me decide on my final design were to change the font from curvy cursive to a “serif” font, as well as to use a viewfinder (“paper L’s”) to determine how I could crop my design to be even stronger. I was inspired by the FedEx logo to pay more attention to negative space, because of how there is a hidden arrow in between the “E” and the “X.”
  36. 36. I made that helped me decide on my final design were to change the font from curvy cursive to a “serif” font, as well as to use a viewfinder (“paper L’s”) to determine how I could crop my design to be even stronger. I was inspired by the FedEx logo to pay more attention to negative space, because of how there is a hidden arrow in between the “E” and the “X.” do you feel your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? why or why not?
  37. 37. I made that helped me decide on my final design were to change the font from curvy cursive to a “serif” font, as well as to use a viewfinder (“paper L’s”) to determine how I could crop my design to be even stronger. I was inspired by the FedEx logo to pay more attention to negative space, because of how there is a hidden arrow in between the “E” and the “X.” I don’t really feel that my logo is a good symbol for me as an individual. While I think it is a successful design, it doesn’t really seem to represent my personality. I think for it to represent me, it would need to have fewer hard edges, and to have a better balance of positive and negative space, because I am friendly and try to be balanced in my life.
  38. 38. hidden arrow in between the “E” and the “X.” I don’t really feel that my logo is a good symbol for me as an individual. While I think it is a successful design, it doesn’t really seem to represent my personality. I think for it to represent me, it would need to have fewer hard edges, and to have a better balance of positive and negative space, because I am friendly and try to be balanced in my life.How could you use any of these skills in the future? ((
  39. 39. hidden arrow in between the “E” and the “X.” I don’t really feel that my logo is a good symbol for me as an individual. While I think it is a successful design, it doesn’t really seem to represent my personality. I think for it to represent me, it would need to have fewer hard edges, and to have a better balance of positive and negative space, because I am friendly and try to be balanced in my life. I could use the technique of thumbnail sketches when I plan other works of art in order to test out my ideas. I could also use the strategy of enlarging something to make my composition more interesting. Also, I could use the strategy of working through my ideas (like with my thumbnail sketches) when I plan anything: an essay, a school presentation, or any other project.
  40. 40. DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection:
  41. 41. DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection: 8
  42. 42. DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection: 8 5
  43. 43. DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection: 8 5 3
  44. 44. DIRECTIONS: Using complete sentences, compose an Artist Statement of at least one paragraph that addresses the following components: - What techniques did you use to develop this piece? (For example: cropping/zooming, overlapping, rotating, inverting, simplifying (merging letters), changing the font, balancing positive and negative space/shapes.) - How did you use these techniques to make your logo successful, unique, and/or meaningful? - Discuss the planning process: How did you use thumbnail sketches (small practice sketches) to help you come up with your design, and what adjustments did you make that helped you decide on your final design? - Were you inspired by any logos you have seen in class or everyday life? Which ones and how? - Do you feel that your logo is a good symbol for you as an individual? Why or why not? If not, how would you design a logo that better represents you? (Did you find yourself drawn towards certain fonts or arrangements? What could these choices say about you?) - How could you use any of these skills in the future? (In art class or outside of class.) Please use the back of this sheet to complete your reflection. A typed response is also permitted. OBJECTIVE DESIGN STUDIO SKILLS PRESENTATION You addressed all questions of the reflection completely. (1 point for addressing each question) Your reflection is written using complete sentences. Your reflection uses correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Your reflection is written legibly or typed. /9 /6 /5 /5 Artist statement reflection: 8 5 3 5

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