What is a Sketch Project?Sketch projects are usually given on Mondays and due on Fridays.Sketch projects will be written on the board and stay on the board for the duration of the assignment. The due date, description and examples will also be shown on the board.Sketch projects are for students to complete in class when they have extra time. If they get done with a project early, they can work on their sketch project. If they do not have extra time in class during that week, they will need to complete the sketch project at home.It is due on the due date - NO EXCEPTIONS since they are given 5 days to complete it.
All sketch projects are worth 20 points.
Draw your hand 5 times with great detail:
Each hand should be in a different position (all school appropriate)
2 of the hands must be holding an object
Take entire paper to draw these 5 hands. Only use 1 sheet of paper
DO NOT trace your hand
No color, just shading and detail.
Each year I receive contests going on in Solano County. This is a contest that I have made into a sketch project. The sketch project is mandatory, it is optional to enter it in to the contest. If you do not want to enter it, write 'Do not enter into contest' next to your name.
Regular white paper
Draw anything that has to do with Attendance
Ex. A classroom full of kids at their desks and one desk empty
Ex. A kid running to school and looking at his watch
Ex. A kid walking into class as the bell is ringing
LOTS OF DETAIL
Draw your shoe or someone else’s shoe in great detail:
Must take up whole paper
Show from SIDE VIEW
Must use color. If shoe is white, make colorful
No flip flops or flats. Shoes with detail will get better grade
Do NOT trace your shoe
Everyday Scene with 5 hidden pictures
Draw an everyday scene with great detail:
Example: Day at the park, soccer practice, the zoo
Draw 5 hidden pictures that shouldn’t be there, within the everyday scene:
Example: Tigers in the park, clown as the goalie, dog at the zoo
Must be fully colored!
Don’t need to list hidden pictures
Same landscape/Different Season:
Fold your paper in half: Long ways or short ways
Draw a landscape scene on both folds
Pick 2 different seasons and draw each landscape one of those seasons: Winter, Summer, Fall, Spring
Example: Landscapes show house, tree and pond.
Summer has green trees, flowers, the sun and swimming birds.
Winter has snow on roof and tree and ice skaters on pond.
Comic Template (8th grade only):
Use Comic template
Design your own comic strip
Characters must talk
Use all 6 squares
First square can be title, but doesn’t have to be
Crazy Family Portrait
Draw your family portrait
Do not draw it in posed format
Show each person the way YOU SEE THEM
Example: Is your brother a pest? Draw him crawling on the ground with antennas
Example: Does your sister think she’s a princess? Draw her with a crown
Example: Is your mom the head of the household? Draw her bigger than everyone or floating over everyone
Don’t forget to include yourself. Can also include animals, friends, relatives who have passed
Future Self Portrait
Draw a self portrait of you in 20 years with great detail
Can be full body or shoulders and up
MUST use whole page
Show traits that you would like to have or what you think you will have in 20 years
These traits can be figurative (imaginary) or realistic
Example: If you think you will be a fireman with 4 kids, draw yourself as a fireman with your family behind you
Example: If you think you will be a pro football player, draw yourself in full uniform with lots of riches behind you
The more creative you are and the more detail you show, the better grade you will receive
Summer Time Fun
Draw your ideal Summer OR what you plan on doing this Summer
Make sure to include the people you will be or want to be hanging out with
The more detail, the better grade