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5 Matching questions

  1. The relative hardness or softness of a ________ depends on the quantity of clay mixed with the pigment material.
  2. Wax crayons, like pastels, combine ground pigment with a ________; in this case, wax.
  3. This medium is capable of combining the gestural vitality of the pen line with a watery quality.
  4. Conté is one of the most popular forms of this material.
  5. Ocher derives its dark yellow tint from iron oxide in some ________.
  1. a crayon
  2. b binder
  3. c clays
  4. d pen and wash
  5. e pencil

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. wide
  2. Diluted ink that is usually applied with a brush
  3. brush
  4. charcoal
  5. full-scale preliminary drawings for larger scale works such as fresco paintings

5 True/False questions

  1. This drawing material moves easily over a support to form lines that have sheen.wax crayon

          

  2. Artists capitalize on the idiosyncratic characteristics of the ________ and support to capture a desired expression in drawing.Japan

          

  3. A drawing implement that came into use in the 1500s and largely replaced silverpoint was:pencil

          

  4. The masters of brush-and-ink are artists of ________.Japan

          

  5. With this drawing implement, the artist draws by dragging a silver-tipped implement over a surface coated with a ground of bone dust or chalk mixed with gum, water, and pigment.silverpoint