Evaluation Sheet for the
Egyptian Artwork
(10 points each)

  1. You first traced the Egyptian collar stencil and neatly cut that out. You then designed your collar with a pencil using different shapes and lines. Your design was non-objective and the shapes and lines were small and ornate, very decorative like the actual jewels would have been on an Egyptian collar.

  1. Once you finalized your design, you neatly and carefully colored the collar using bright colored markers markers, making sure there was no white space left.

  1. The second part of your Egyptian artwork was making an Egyptian name or a Cartouche. You first folded your paper in half as demonstrated in class (length wise). On one side of your paper you drew your real name (first name) using the hieroglyphics worksheet. On the other side, you could have drawn a nickname, last name, middle name, etc.

  1. After both names were drawn neatly, you designed two different backgrounds, one for each side and name. You then used marker, crayon, colored pencil, or any of the above combined to color both names and backgrounds leaving no white space.

  1. The overall look and appearance of the artwork and the time and effort you put into your work.