← Drawing I Quiz 5 Test
6 Written Questions
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a sharp pointed instrument used for writing, marking or engraving
- black coated white paper that is used along with a technique where drawings are created using sharp tools for etching into the black surface to reveal the white paper below
- tool used to create scratch marks on a scratchboard
- this paper comes in large sheets and is inexpensive. It will eventually yellow, and is not a good choice for preserving artwork, pen and marker will bleed through this paper
- a popular eraser among artists, made of soft, coarse rubber; well suited for removing large areas, does not damage the paper; crumbles as it is used, leaves behind residue that should be removed with a brush
5 True/False Questions
one point perspective → a drawing where one vanishing point is used. This type of drawing is typically used for roads, railroad tracks or buildings viewed so the front is directly facing the viewer.
linear perspective → a method of portraying objects on a flat surface so that the dimensions shrink with distance; one and two perspective drawings
two point perspective → a drawing where one vanishing point is used. This type of drawing is typically used for roads, railroad tracks or buildings viewed so the front is directly facing the viewer.
kneaded eraser → usually made of grey or white pliable material that resembles putty or gum. It absorbs and picks up graphite and charcoal particles; used more for creating highlights or detailing work
thumbnail sketch → quick very small drawings often only an inch or two high used to record a picture you have seen or to plan a composition of your own.