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6th Grade Sketchbook

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Page 39
Redraw superman but this time color his suit using a different set of triad colors.
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Draw this image, including the value (shading)
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Redraw the image but change at least one thing you do not like.
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Redraw the image below. You do not need to color it.
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Draw this famous painting by Vincent Van Gogh. No color involved...just drawing.
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Redraw the image below
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Draw a value scale using one colored pencil, along with a black and white colored pencil.
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Draw circles on your paper. Don't have any of the circles touching each other. Using black, white, and one colored pencil, color the circles to make them look 3D.
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In your art journal, draw some "coils" with a black marker. Color each row of coils using shading and tinting techniques.
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Draw out shapes or objects that overlap one another. Using only primary colors color the object, then color the intersection of the objects.
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You will draw shapes or objects that overlap. Using the colors of light, color the shapes the primary colors, and then the colors they make when they overlap.
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Draw out a circle and, given just the primary color pencils, see if you can make all the primary, secondary, and tertiary colors. Put the colors in order according to the color wheel.

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Redraw this image. After you are done drawing, add value (shading) to it with your pencil.
Page 20 Choose a set of complimentary colors. Draw the image below and color it using just those two colors. You can mix the colors together on your paper if you want.

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Using shades and tints, create
a layered landscape, with the dark
part of your landscape at the bottom
of your paper and gradually get
lighter. Use black, white, and one other
color.
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Redraw this sculpture
and color it monochromatically.
Even though it's just black and
white, you will make it one other
color, too.
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Draw a cake using cyllinder. Using colored pencils, color the cake to make it look three dimensional.
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Use the image below to help you draw the steps it takes to draw a human head. Afterwards, go ahead and use your pencil to shade your person, add detail, etc.
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With magazines, you will see if you can find at least
one example of each color in the color wheel. Cut out the colors and paste them into your journal in a fun way.
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Redraw this image. If there is time, feel free to add value.

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Using your color wheel stencil, draw out twelve lines. Every other line make curves going toward the edge of the paper and every other line make curves going toward the center of the paper. Decide which complimentary color pair you want to use and color the stripes.
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You will be making 5 "flowers" of different color schemes! Draw at least five different flowers and label them.
1. complimentary colors
2. analogous colors
3. split complimentary
4. triad colors
5. neutral with color emphasis.
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A tessellation is basically a puzzle that uses the exact same piece for all the pieces. You will be drawing a tessellation and filling your page with the same image over and over. Once you are finished, feel free to color your tessellation any way you like.
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Below are photographs of famous people. Someone expressed that you are related to one of them, but he is uncertain of who it is. Draw the person you believe you are related to.
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Using one point perspective, a pencil, and a ruler, draw a city. Feel free to color it any way you like.
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Divide your page up into at least four sections. In each section, you can draw whatever you want. Then choose each section to color one of the four color schemes. Label the color scheme you chose below each picture.
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Using chalk, try to make the image below.
Try to use the same brush strokes and lines as the artist did.
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Redraw the image below and, using chalk, color it as close to accuracy as possible.
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Redraw the image and FILL YOUR PAPER with it. Do a great job of drawing the image accurately!
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Redraw the image below.
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Redraw the image.
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Redraw the image.
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Redraw the image below.
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Redraw the image.
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Redraw the image.
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Redraw the image.
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Redraw the image. Then color each can using a different color scheme.
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Redraw the image.
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Redraw the image.
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Redraw the image.
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Redraw the famous artwork below called "Guernica" by Pablo Picasso. Color it monochromatically using a different color besides what he used. .
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This is one of the most famous paintings done by Michelangelo Buonarroti. Draw exactly what you see and add value (shades and tints) to the image.
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Draw and color this piece of art painted by Georgia O'Keefe.
Learning Target: I will be able to define what value, tint, shade, saturation, hue and monochromatic is.

Page 1: I wish my teacher knew this about me...
What are some goals you would like to accomplish this school year (both in art and in life :)?
Learning Target: I will be able to start and possibly complete a colored pencil value scale.

Page 3: In your own words, define the words value, shade, tint, hue, and saturation.
Learning Target: I will be able to practice shades and tints using colored pencil.

Page 4: The painting below is by Pablo Picasso. This is the most expensive painting ever sold, for $106.5 million (2010). Describe the picture below. In the description, use the words tint and shade.










Learning Target: I will be able to choose the project I will be working on and get started on it.

Page 6: "If it doesn't challenge you, then it doesn't change you." What do you think this quote means? Do you believe the quote is true for your life? In what areas of your life could you use this quote?
Learning Target: I will be able to finish painting my value scale and start working on the project.

Page 5: What are some differences of making a value scale with paint vs making a value scale with colored pencil? What are some similarities?
Learning Target: I will be able to continue working on my monochromatic project.

Page 9: Below is a painting by Pablo Picasso. Describe the work without using value words such as "beautiful" or "ugly":
Describe the elements of the work (i.e., line movement, light, space).
Describe the technical qualities of the work (i.e., tools, materials, instruments).
What is it all about? Are there recognizable images?
Learning Target: I will be able to get close to finishing my monochromatic project. I will also be able to catch up on some missing work I have.

Page 11: Interpret this painting.
What title would you give to this sculpture? What made you decide on that title?
What do you think is happening in this sculpture? What else could be happening?
What sounds would this sculpture make (if it could)?
What do you think this sculpture is about? How did you come up that idea?

Learning Target: I will be able to get close to finishing my monochromatic project. I will also be able to catch up on some missing work I have

Page 12: Pretend you are inside this painting. What does it feel like?
What do you think this painting was used for? How did you arrive at that idea?
Why do you suppose the artist made this painting? What makes you think that?
What do you think it would be like to live in this painting? What makes you think that?

Page 11 PICTURE PUZZLE!
You will be given a piece of a mysterious picture. You will draw and "color" the picture using just white and black. Try to draw exactly what you see on your paper and the exact colors you see it.
Learning Target: I will be able to continue working on my value scale project.

Page 8: There are some crazy kinds of artwork out there. Some art is made with car parts, some art is made with mud, and some is even made with blood (eww!). In your opinion, who decides what is art and what isn't? Why is a painted picture art but a cooking pot isn't? Or is it?
Learning Target: I will be able to continue working on my monochromatic project.

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Describe the environment that
this animal would live in based
on its appearance.
Learning Target: I will be able to write an artist's statement and a name tag as well as work on my monochromatic project.

Page 10: Analyze the painting:
Which objects seems closer to you? Further away?
What can you tell me about the colors in this painting?
What color is used the most in this painting?
What makes this painting look crowded?
What do you think is the most important part of this picture?
How do you think the artist made this work?
What questions would you ask the artist about this work, if he were here?
Learning Target: I will be able to give one example of a primary color, secondary, and tertiary color.

Page 13: Evaluate it. What do you think is good about this sculpture? What is not so good?
Do you think the person who made this sculpture do a good or bad job? What makes you think so?
Why do you think other people should see this work of art?

Learning Target:
I will be able to start painting a color wheel using only primary colors.

Page 19: Can you list the following:
1. all of the primary colors
2. all of the secondary colors
3. all of the tertiary colors
4. one example of complimentary colors
5. the colors you get when you mix all the primary colors together.
Learning Target: I will be able to learn how to paint and mix colors to create a color wheel.

Page 18: Without looking at anything, see if you can label your color wheel with the names of the color in the correct spot. Put your name on the back of your color wheel.
Learning Target: I will be able to begin and continue working on my color wheel project.

Page 20: What is similar between the primary colors of light and the primary colors of paint? What is different? Why do you think there are differences between the two?
Learning Target: I will be able to color a color wheel using only the primary colored pencils.

Page 15: Do you enjoy creating art? Why do you create art? What motivates you to draw? What things do you enjoy drawing? What kind of art do you enjoy doing?
Learning Target: I will be able to finish my painted color wheel and work on a project for the Builder's Club.

Page 14: Give a good description of the painting below. Use a lot of adjectives and use some of our words like value, shade, tint, hue, monochromatic, or saturation.


Learning Target: I will be able to continue working on my color wheel project.

Page 20: Think about something you’ve always wanted to do but you’ve been too afraid to do. Describe what your fear is and then what your life would be like if you could overcome that fear. What things could you do without that fear?
Learning Target: I will be able to continue working on my project for the color wheel.

Page 16: If you could have lunch with anyone, living or dead, who would it be and why? What would you talk about? What would you have for lunch?
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Artists are always combining pictures to make the impossible possible (the cool thing about art). Take at least two of the four images below and draw a new picture incorporating parts of the pictures.
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“Tom Thumb” is the very first fairy tale to be printed in England. In this story, Tom is no bigger than the size of a thumb. He goes on some crazy adventures like being swallowed by a cow, falling into a pie and getting baked, getting picked up by a bird taking flight and then drops him into the sea with the fish. He even rides a walnut shell carriage. If you were Tom Thumb, draw the kind of view you would see if you were walking around this classroom.
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Combine these three pictures of banana, apple, and pear to make one new piece of fruit. Be sure to add some element of each fruit to your new fruit. Color the fruit using analogous colors
Learning Target: I will be able to finish painting my color scheme worksheet and start working on my project.

Page 39: What do you think about this painting in your opinion? What do you think is the story behind this painting? What would you do with the painting if you owned it? Where would you hang it in your house? Why?
Learning Target: I will be able to give an example of each of the color schemes.

Page 32: If you could create a painting of you screaming, what would be in your painting? What would you be screaming about? What colors would you use in the painting? What objects would you have in the painting?
Learning Target: I will be able to continue coloring my color wheel project.

Page 30: People have found a way to combine two trees into one by using a techinique called grafting. Basically you cut into a tree, add a branch from a different tree, and they will eventually grow together. You can do this with fruit trees. One guy grafted 40 different kinds of fruit onto one tree. If you could graft trees together, what trees would they be? Why would you choose those? What would you do with your tree once it got big enough?
Learning Target: I will be able to paint accurately my color wheel project.

Page 29: If you could be a superhero, what would your name be? What would your superpower be? How would you use your powers for good and not evil? What would be your main goal as a superhero?
Learning Target: I will be able to mat and finish my color scheme project.

Page 34: Write a story about this man and how he came to be sitting on the ground with his guitar.
Learning Target: I will be able to continue working on my color wheel project.

Page 24: Think of something you are good at or gifted in. A lot of times we are creative because someone in our family is creative or we like to read because someone in our family is a writer, etc. What are some things you are gifted in and describe the person that also has that gift in your family.
Learning Target: I will be able to begin finishing my color scheme project and write my artist's statement and name tag.

Page 33: If there is something you can change about your outward appearance (the way you look), what would you change? Why would you change that? What different feelings would you have about yourself if you did change that?
Learning Target: I will be able to use primary colors to paint accurately my color wheel project.

Page 28: When you grow up, what problem in this world do you want to help solve? Are there things you can do right now to help solve that problem? What ideas do you have to help solve the problem in the future?


Page 23: People are always designing "ideal community" for people to live. Walt Disney created a place called Celebration where everyone lived in a house that looked like something out of a picture book. They follow a set of rules of how to keep their house and lawn. They even have fake snow that falls every hour in the evening during the winter time.



If you were to create an ideal community, what would be some rules you would want to have? What kind of people would you allow to live in your community? What are some things people would not be allowed to do in your community?
Learning Target: I will be able to continue working on my color wheel project.

Page 31: Archaeologists have discovered a new set of footprints. They are almost certain this animal is extinct.













If you were to design the animal that goes with these sets of prints, what would it look like? Describe the animal to me. Would it fly, swim, walk? How large is it? What features does it have?
Learning Target: I will be able to continue working on my monochromatic project.

Page 9: In Goldilocks and the three bears, Goldilocks comes into the house and eats the bear’s porridge, sits in their chairs and sleeps in their beds while the bears are away. While sitting in their chairs, she ends up breaking Little Bear’s chair. Design a chair that could withstand Goldilock’s weight. How many legs would it have? What materials would it be made out of? What other features would you add to the chair?
Learning Target: I will be able to continue working diligently on my color wheel project

Page 21: In the sky people have created various constellations that have stories to go with it. Design your own constellation and create a story that goes along with it.
Learning Target: I will be able to continue working on my color wheel project.

Page 37: You are a famous art critique whom everyone listens to and admires your opinion. Leonardo Da Vinci has asked you to critique his art. Write to him to let him know what he has done well with his painting, what are some things to improve upon, and any other suggestions you have for him.
Learning Target: I will be able to continue working on my color wheel project.

Page 35: Many students go into the military after they graduate high school. Sometimes the USA has had to set up drafts where people were chosen to go into the military during times of war. If you got to choose, what branch of the military would you want to be a part of (Marines, Army, Navy, Air Force). What would you want your job to be in the military? What kinds of things would you need to do to get ready for that position?
Learning Target: I will be able to begin finishing my color wheel project as well as mat my art.

Page 38: When you draw a picture, where do you get your inspiration from? What are some things you enjoy drawing? Why do you enjoy drawing those things?
Learning Target: I will be able to give an example of analogous, split complimentary, complimentary, triad, and neutral with color emphasis. I will also be able to continue working on my color scheme project.

Page 42: Describe this painting. You must use the following words in your description:
bird
apple
hammer
strength
weakness

Learning Target: I will be able to continue working on my color wheel project.

Page 36: Listen to this piece of music and describe the painting you would create that went along with the piece.

Learning Target: I will be able to continue working on my color wheel project.

Page 25: Someone has given you a good amount of cash for you to help a charity. They said you can use some of the cash to travel to the charity and help there, and the rest you leave with the charity. Where would you go to serve? What would you want to do once you got there? What would you hope the money would be used for once you left?
Learning Target: I will be able to complete my color wheel project.

Page 22: Tell me about your first name. How did you get your first name? Does it have any significance to your parents, family history, etc.? What does it mean? What other people you know (famous or not) that you like that have your name?
Learning Target: I will be able to use paint to create a project involving the color wheel.

Page 26: Pick a holiday and describe a routine or holiday ritual your family does. Will you carry the tradition on when you get older and have a family? What would you change about your tradition?
Learning Target: I will be able to give an example of analogous, split complimentary, complimentary, triad, and neutral with color emphasis. I will also be able to continue working on my project.

Page 41: Surfing, skydiving, roller costers...there are so many things out there that are intended to give people an adrinaline rush and probably pee their pants :) If you were in charge of making the next thriller sport, describe what would it be. What items would you need to buy to start your business? How would you advertise your thrilling business?
Learning Target: I will be able to continue working on my color scheme project.


Page 43: In this painting, everyone seems to be deep in thought. It's late at night, not too many people around. Choose one of the characters in the painting and write down what thoughts they are having right now in this painting. Why did they end up in this restaurant?


Learning Target: I will be able to continue on the project I am working on with color schemes.

Page 44: You are working for an advertising agency and they have asked you to make a speech that would be heard over the radio about the new improved Campbell's Soup. You get to decide what is new and improved about the product. If 500 people buy a can in 20 minutes you are going to earn $10,000, so make it sound good!
Page 46: Some artists make sculptures of small objects very large, to the point that some of the sculptures are taller than buildings. If you could make a sculpture of an object that is small enough to hold in your hand and make it as large as you are, what would you sculpt? Why did you choose that? What materials would you use to make this sculpture? Where would you put this sculpture (it could be anywhere in the world).
Learning Target: I will be able to color an example of color schemes using paint. I will also be able to choose the project I will be working on with color schemes.

Page 45: What do you see in this painting? How would you describe the lines in this picture? The shapes? The colors? What does this painting show?
Page 47: What do you think makes a painting good? What are some qualities that makes a painting not-so-good? Can you give examples of paintings that are good and paintings that are not very good? Why did you choose those particular paintings?
Page 26: In your opinion, were you the best student for the sub? What are things you should've done differently? What things did you do well?
NEUTRAL WITH COLOR EMPHASIS
TRIAD
Learning Target: I will be able to continue working on my color scheme project.

Page 40: Put yourself in one of their shoes. Which person are you? Why do you think you decided to have your picture painted? What are you thinking in this painting? What relationship do you have with the other persons (if any)? What is so special about the setting and the the things in the background, your clothing your wearing, etc.
Learning Target: I will be able to continue working on my color wheel project.
Learning Target: I will be able to continue working on my color wheel project.

Page 23: I wish my teacher knew this about me...
Learning Target: I will be able to continue working on my color wheel project.

Page 27 Journal:
Page 48 Redraw image
Page 49 Redraw image
Page 2 Redraw Image
Page 48: In our pledge of allegience, we say 'One Nation, Under God'. What is your opinion about this statement? Should it be in the American pledge? What are your thoughts about God?
Page 2: Write a story that goes along with this picture:
Page 49: We are coming to the end of this class. What has been one of your favorite thing you have done in this class? What has been something you would change about this class?
Page 17: Write down one example of each:
1. Primary Color
2. Secondary Color
3. Tertiary Color
4. Complimentary Color
Tell how many colors of each are there:
5. Primary Color
6. Secondary Color
7. Tertiary Color
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