USING YOUR SKETCHBOOK
Note: The sketchbook should NOT be used as an all-purpose journal for doodling cartoon characters or scribbling notes to a friend. All work contained within your sketchbook must support your Coursework project as a whole.
RECOMMENDED SUPPLIES FOR FIRST DAY OF CLASS:
Paul Komoda's Sketchbook Comic-Con
Your sketchbook is the place where initial observations are recorded: there is no need for ideas and compositions to be complete or pieces finally resolved. It is a growing, growing creative document.
THINGS TO KNOW:
Always have your SKETCHBOOK with you in class at all times. If you are given APAH Lockers to share, you may choose to keep it there - it needs to be cared for, so make sure if it rides around in your backpack it is kept in a clean pouch.
You need to bring with you the print outs for the unit (see website).
Each Unit will be about 4 pages of classroom (handouts) info & 2-4 pages of students design info.
SKETCHBOOK CHECK IN:
Present Completed Sketchbook the final week of each grading period. You are graded on organization, completion, reflective observations, notes and projects.
FINAL PROJECT & GRADE:
Everyone is responsible for their own SKETCHBOOK submission. You're responsible for creating/ assembling your own.
This is a growing, living document! We will be adding, adjusting and growing the information in the book from the beginning to the end!
HOW TO STUDY FOR AP ART HISTORY!