5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Low Lights
- a Colors achieved by mixing all three primary colors together.
- b Refers to emptiness or area between, around, above, below, or with objects.
- c The area of least reflected light.
- d Refers to the difference in values, colors, textures, ect.
- e Area of a picture that appears farthest away from the viewer.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Repating an element to make a work seen active.
- Colors made by mixing two primary colors together: orange, green, violet.
- Drawing meathod used on a flat surface to create the illusion of depth.
- An imaginary horizontal line that is even in height with your eyes.
- The light "thrown" back onto a shaddowed surface from an illuminated object.
5 True/False questions
Color Scheme → Derived from reflected light.
Middleground → Middle location in a picture that is immediately behind the foreground and is less detailed.
Vanishing Point → Lines going in only one direction.
Highlights → The area of the most reflected light.
Variety → Refers to light and dark areas.