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Yellow-green, red-orange and blue-green are
a) Secondary b) Secondary c) Tertiary d) Analogous
Yellow, Yellow-Orange and Orange are
a) Secondary b) Secondary c) Tertiary d) Analogous
Orange, Green and Purple are
a) Primary b) Secondary c) Tertiary d) Analogous
Primary colors include all of the following except
a) Green b) Yellow c) Red d) Blue
What point refers to where all lines meet in a perspective drawing?
a) Center Point b) Vanishing Point c) Breaking Point d) Pressure Point
What area of a picture refers to the area closest to the horizong line and farthest away from the views point of view?
a) Foreground b) Middle Ground c) Center Ground d) Background
What area is closest to the viewer and farthest away from the horizon line?
a) Middle Ground b) Foreground c) Background d) Underground
What area of a picture refers to the area between the foreground and background?
a) Middle ground b) Inside ground c) Center ground d) Upside ground
What term refers to the visual pleasantness of something, not just its functional use?
a) Form b) Utilitarian c) Purdy d) Aesthetic
What technique shows an object moving towards or away from you in space to show depth?
a) Foreshaddowing b) Foreshortening c) Shrinking d) Impressionism
What term means taking the balance off center in a figure to give it a more natural look?
a) Chiaroscuro b) Twerking c) Vanishing point d) Contrapposto
What term means extremely contrasty values to create a dramatic effect in a painting or drawing.
a) Chiaroscuro b) Contrapossto c) Vanishing point d) Chewbacca
One of the key ideals of the Greeks and refers to the size of one object compared to another . Often times used in creating the human form?
a) Perception b) Contraption c) Proportion d) Cognition
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