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expect for very small sculptures all cast sculptures are created using the ____ method
Traditional tempera paint consists of pigments mixed with ____, which acts as a binder.
Some of the oldest surviving paintings were made on ____.
Because oil paints dry quickly, it is difficult for artists to make changes to their paintings.
____ are finely skilled handwork in media such as ceramics, glass, wood, metal, and fibers.
A silverpoint drawing is ____.
made by using a thin stylus made of silver
In ____ printing, areas that are not to be printed are cut away from the printing surface, so the areas to be printed are left higher.
Photomontage is related to ____ , which can be made of almost anything that can be glued to a surface.
The surface or material that underlies a two-dimensional work of art is called the ____.
Often used for large murals, fresco paintings are always painted on ____.
Ceramics are found in almost every culture, from ancient times to the present.
Slip is an acid-resistant resin used to make aquatints.
The ____ is an early type of photographic process.
____ is a carbon stick created from burnt wood and is commonly used to make drawings.
mixed media artworks designed for a specific space
____ sculptures are meant to be viewed from all sides.
A graphite rod in a wood or metal holder is called ____.
in kinetic sculptures, ____ is required to make the sculpture complete
____ is a type of printmaking process that uses a slab of limestone or metal and oily crayons, pencils, or liquid.
The actual material substances used to create an artwork are called ____.
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