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Basic Art Technique

written by: avaruby
 
Some pretty basic questions centered around drawing and painting.

Question 1:


When drawing the human form, the entire figure is generally how many heads tall?
8
7
10
6

Question 2:


While tempera paint rarely includes this ingredient nowadays, it was prevalent with the Byzantine artists of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.
Ash
Sulfur
Egg yolk
Lye

Question 3:


Which of the following is not a type of pottery?
Earthenware
Glazeware
Stoneware
Porcelain

Question 4:


Which of the following is not a movement in art history?
Subrealism
Dada
Bauhaus
Rococo

Question 5:


When creating a woodcut or linoleum print, you would generally carve out (or remove) which of these?
Foreground
Interior
Negative space
Subject

Question 6:


Which of these qualities represents the major difference between watercolor and acrylic paints?
Level of opacity
Rate of drying
Cost
Solubility

Question 7:


What style of art breaks from traditional perspective and depicts the subject matter from multiple points of view, fragmenting a three-dimensional form in order to depict it on the two-dimensional surface?
Expressionism
Fauvism
Impressionism
Cubism

Question 8:


Which of the following is not an ingredient in typical camera film?
Gelatin
Cellulose Acetate
Polyester
Sucrose

Question 9:


A drawing in which one continuous line is used to trace the outlines of the subject matter, using more or less pressure to suggest shadow, is called what?
Contour
Line
Gesture
Trace

Question 10:


The method of watercolor painting in which paper, crumpled plastic wrap, or other items are applied to the paint when wet and removed after drying is called decalcomania.
True
False

 


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