ARTS 211 Quiz 1,2,3
ARTS 211 Quiz 1: Introduction to Drawing
- Coarse-toothed paper generally results in textured marks and tones, while a smoother tooth results in crisper lines.
- The drawing tool is your:
- 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.
- Which is the most common ground for drawing?
- A dirt floor can be used as a ground.
- Sizing is an additive used in the paper-making process that affects the absorbency of the paper.
- Weight is considered the smoothness or coarseness of the surface.
- Drawings can also be made with untraditional media like thread, a stick in a mud at, or sand.
- The surface upon which you draw is called the:
- Sizing determines how absorbent paper is.
ARTS 211 Quiz 2: Perception and Drawing
- How can you create the illusion of volume in a two- dimensional drawing?
- Why is it important to take a break every so often from your drawing session?
- What designation indicates the softness of a graphite pencil?
- What tool(s) can you use to blend or remove charcoal?
- The lightest tone of the shadow area is darker than the darkest tone in the light area.
- What are the four basic shapes?
- What makes some parts of the shadow areas lighter than other parts?
- What part of the body should be used for drawing, especially in the initial stages?
- What should always be the first step in making a drawing?
- What kind of lamp is best for illuminating your drawing surface?
ARTS 211 Quiz 3: Perception and Contour
- A gesture drawing is a period of long observation of the minute details of your image.
- Lines with consistent weight or width also express ideas, mostly about control and precision and balance.
- 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.
- In math, a line is a moving point having length and no width.
- Actual lines are made with a medium on a ground and physically exist.
- An outline is a line of uneven thickness that exactly follows the inner edges of an object.
- Implied lines are unbroken.
- Weight refers to the:
- In art, a line is a mark or stroke that is long in comparison to its width.
- 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.