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