Monday, May 16, 2016

Art Foundations Final Review

  1. The principle of art that makes one part of a work dominant over the other parts is Emphasis
  2. Kneaded eraser, is a type of eraser where twisting and pulling it out of shape can clean it
  3. The tactile surface of an object is called texture
  4. line is Soft when blended with a blending stick
  5. vertical line is line that run up and down
  6. Symmetrical balance is when both sides of the artwork are identically the same
  7. The type of drawing done before a final project is a called a Preliminary drawing or layout
  8. The object or area in your drawing which is the center of interest Focal Point
  9. Monochromatic color scheme using only the light and dark values of a single hue, in a work of art
  10. When we study color theory we used the Color wheel to help us understand and analyze colors.
  11. Rhythm indicates movement by the repetition of elements or objects.
  12. This principle is concerned with size relationships of one part to another Proportion
  13. A quality of oneness or wholeness in an artwork is called: Unity
  14. Stressing the similarities of separate but related parts is called Harmony
  15. Balance is the principle concerned with equalizing visual forces in a work of art.
  16. 7 ½ heads tall
  17. When the parts of the figure (arms, legs, torso) are shortened to look like it is in perspective
  18. red, yellow, and blue
  19. red, yellow and orange
  20. tertiary or intermediate
  21. Hue
  22. Black or the color's complement
  23. Line, Shape, Form, Color, Space, Texture, Value
  24. from 2 primary colors
  25. Keep the white of the paper and repel paint
  26. Is a quick sketch done under 5 minutes, usually of a human figure
  27. Rhythm, Unity, Movement, Emphasis, Contrast, and Balance
  28. white
  29. blue, green and purple
  30. Rhythm
  31. A base of a mid to light tones and gradually layer to develop the desired color.
  32. Develop texture and color with layering, adding darks and lights to show value
  33. Pointillism and layering, scrumbling and long and short strokes, cross-hatching and hatching
  34. The texture of the paper surface ranging from smooth rough
  35. last
  36. differences
  37. cropping
  38. The paper is moist and add wet paint
  39. Linear perspective
  40. Difference or diversity
  41. Pointillism uses dots of varying colors, stippling uses the same color dots
  42. Lines that appear to converge or meet at one point along the horizon line
  43. complementary
  44. equivalent of the width of another or third eye
  45. When doing a finished realistic drawing

Art Foundations Final Exam Semester 2 Part B
I. Draw a still life arrangement from your items.
 It should have a clearly defined light source- please label the drawing with an arrow pointing in the direction of the light.
 You will pick and label (in the space provided below) a color scheme from the choices below.
 In addition, you’ll pick 3 of the techniques given, to use in your drawing.
 You will be graded on the quality of your composition
 You will be graded on the accuracy in which you depict and 3-dimensionally render your object s.
 Neatness/craftsmanship will be scored
 How well you use and apply the three techniques chosen will be evaluated.
A rubric below explains the categories.
Color Schemes: monochromatic / complementary / analogous / triadic
Techniques: burnishing / scumbling / cross-hatching /
transparent layering / continuous tone blending

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