ARTS 211 Quiz 1,2,3

ARTS 211 Quiz 1: Introduction to Drawing

  1. Coarse-toothed paper generally results in textured marks and tones, while a smoother tooth results in crisper lines.
  2. The drawing tool is your:
  3. When you draw with the paper laying down, you work on and see the drawing as the viewer will eventually see it, which is helpful.
  4. Which is the most common ground for drawing?
  5. A dirt floor can be used as a ground.
  6. Sizing is an additive used in the paper-making process that affects the absorbency of the paper.
  7. Weight is considered the smoothness or coarseness of the surface.
  8. Drawings can also be made with untraditional media like thread, a stick in a mud at, or sand.
  9. The surface upon which you draw is called the:
  10. Sizing determines how absorbent paper is.

ARTS 211 Quiz 2: Perception and Drawing

  1. How can you create the illusion of volume in a two- dimensional drawing?
  2. Why is it important to take a break every so often from your drawing session?
  3. What designation indicates the softness of a graphite pencil?
  4. What tool(s) can you use to blend or remove charcoal?
  5. The lightest tone of the shadow area is darker than the darkest tone in the light area.
  6. What are the four basic shapes?
  7. What makes some parts of the shadow areas lighter than other parts?
  8. What part of the body should be used for drawing, especially in the initial stages?
  9. What should always be the first step in making a drawing?
  10. What kind of lamp is best for illuminating your drawing surface?

ARTS 211 Quiz 3: Perception and Contour

  1. A gesture drawing is a period of long observation of the minute details of your image.
  2. Lines with consistent weight or width also express ideas, mostly about control and precision and balance.
  3. Cross-contour lines dene the surface of a volume. With careful observation, the artist draws lines across the surface of the object, much like a topographic map.
  4. In math, a line is a moving point having length and no width.
  5. Actual lines are made with a medium on a ground and physically exist.
  6. An outline is a line of uneven thickness that exactly follows the inner edges of an object.
  7. Implied lines are unbroken.
  8. Weight refers to the:
  9. In art, a line is a mark or stroke that is long in comparison to its width.
  10. Contour lines dene the edges of a form and major divisions within it. Unlike the outline, contour lines vary in weight and describe spatial relationships, volumes, and significant inner areas as well as overall shape.
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