Friday, October 11, 2019

I am almost done with my art project, but there are some stressful steps that I must follow.
The fingers and hand are probably the most difficult. I think that this project will turn out great.

Monday, October 7, 2019

Art history

This is mona lisa, which was painted by the famous Leonardo da Vinci.
 Leonardo da Vinci was a famous artist form Anchiano Italy and painted some of the worlds most famous paintings. Leonardo painted on a variety of surfaces. He sometimes used wet plaster or sometimes painted on dry stone wall. He usually used hand-made oil paints, from ground pigments. Later in life he used tempura from egg whites and worked on canvas, board, or, again, stone (if he was painting a mural). Leonardo most productive period was in 1472. In Leonardo was inspired by his uncle to paint and become an artist in early years. An interesting fact about Leonardo is that he was almost exuded for sodomy with several other male companions.

Thursday, October 3, 2019

On my project I am combining the painting of the famous mona lisa and the less famous saitama mona lisa. I am going to put my own pazazz in to the drawing. The biggest problem I had was probably getting both pieces to go together and making it look nice. It was difficult to also come up with my own puzzaz. I plan on doing some edits with the drawing and i'm hoping it will look good. I think I will just skech it in pencil and then paint it when i'm done.

Friday, August 30, 2019

grading criteria

Blog Grading Criteria

The following criteria below outlines how each blog post will be graded

Blog - Each blog post must contain specific criteria:
    1. Your blog will have: Eight complete sentences with proper capitalization, punctuation, and no spelling errors.
    2. Each blog post will be about your experience while working on your project. Your blog will contain the following information:
      1. Two sentences will describe in detail a project update. “What did I do on my project?”
      2. Two sentences will explain in detail my biggest problem while working on my project.
      3. Two sentences will explain in detail the solution to my biggest problem.
      4. Two sentences that conclude your post. Here are a few suggestions to help you with your conclusion:
        1. What do I plan to do next?
        2. What materials do I need?
        3. Or a simple wrap up.
      5. Two photos or images of my project are included.
        1. You are NOT required to be in the photos.

Important Information

  • Students are required to email Mr. Ritter a link to their Blog.
  • Each of your posts must be completed on the specified dates that will be shared in class.
  • You will receive an email showing how your grade was assessed using the rubric below

ELP Blog Rubric
Criteria 5 4 3 1 0
Blog Editing The Blog post is cleaned up and well edited. Errors are hard to find.  The Blog post shows some evidence of being cleaned up The errors do not distract.  The Blog post is not cleaned up and the errors are distracting.  No evidence of clean up and many errors are present.  The Blog Post is missing
Project Update
Must have two sentences to receive full credit.
The Blog post provides clear evidence of how the artist created their project, using two or more sentences. The Blog post provides some evidence of how the artist created their project, using one or two sentences. The Blog post provides little evidence of how the artist created their project, using only one sentence. The Blog post provides no evidence of how the artist created their project, or used an incomplete sentence / fragment.
Project Problem
Must have two sentences to receive full credit.
The Blog post provides clear evidence of a problem that occurred during the design process using two or more sentences. The Blog post provides some evidence of a problem that occurred during the design process using one or two sentences. The Blog post provides little evidence of a problem that occurred during the design process using only one sentence. The blog post provides no evidence of how the artist created their project, or used an incomplete sentence / fragment.
Project Solution
Must have two sentences to receive full credit.
The Blog post provides clear evidence of a solution to a problem that occurred while working on the project using two or more sentences. The Blog post provides some evidence of a solution to a problem that occurred while working on the project using one or two two sentences. The Blog post provides little evidence of a solution to a problem that occurred while working on the project using only one sentence. The Blog post provides no evidence of a solution to a problem that occurred during the design process, or used an incomplete sentence / fragment
Project Conclusion The Blog post provides clear evidence of a conclusion of what they plan to do next using two or more sentences. The Blog post provides some evidence of a conclusion of what they plan to do next using one or two sentences. The Blog post provides little evidence of a conclusion of what they plan to do next using only one sentence. The Blog post provides no evidence of a conclusion of what they plan to do next, or used an incomplete sentence / fragment.
Image / Photo The Blog post contains two or more photos/ image. The Blog post contains one photo/image. The Blog post contains two images but only one shows the other does not. The Blog post contains two images but they do not show The Blog post contains no photos or images.
Blog Post ____/30


This is mona lisa, which was painted by the famous Leonardo da Vinci.
 Leonardo da Vinci was a famous artist form Anchiano Italy and painted some of the worlds most famous paintings. Leonardo painted on a variety of surfaces. He sometimes used wet plaster or sometimes painted on dry stone wall. He usually used hand-made oil paints, from ground pigments. Later in life he used tempura from egg whites and worked on canvas, board, or, again, stone (if he was painting a mural). Leonardo most productive period was in 1472. In Leonardo was inspired by his uncle to paint and become an artist in early years. An interesting fact about Leonardo is that he was almost exuded for sodomy with several other male companions.