5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How is the body affected by strong diagonal lines?
- What do you use to take out stitches when you make a mistake?
- What is a Shade of a color? What is an example of a Shade of a color?
- What is a Tint of a color? What is an example of a Tint of a color?
- What is Tubular Shape? What type of garment has a Tubular Shape?
- a It adds excitement and draws attention to the person.
- b Straight and narrow. A type of garment with that shape would be pin-striped pants.
- c A color that is lightened by adding white. An example would be pink.
- d A color that is darkened by adding black. An example would be navy-blue.
- e A seam-ripper.
5 Multiple choice questions
- How the fabric looks like it would feel. An example would be that silk and satin look soft.
- The 12 colors in a circle to display how the colors are related to each other.
- 5/8 inch.
- Fit-and-flare. A type of garment with that shape would be bellbottom jeans.
- It makes the person look wider.
5 True/False questions
What is an Analogus color scheme?
What is a Complementary color scheme?
What is an Accented-Neutral color scheme?
What is a Monochramatic color scheme?
What are examples of each color scheme? → When you use 3 colors that are right next to each other on the color wheel (an example would be red, red-orange, and orange)
When you use 2 colors that are direct opposites on the color wheel (an example would be blue and orange)
When you use a neutral color, such as black, white, or gray, and put an accent color with it (an example would be gray and blue)
When you use 1 color and you use different values of that color (an example would be blue, light-blue, and navy-blue)
What is Tactile Texture? What is an example of Tactile Texture? → How the fabric feels. An example would be that cotton jersey feels soft.
What are the 5 elements of design? → The brightness or dullness of a color.
What are the Secondary colors? List them. → The colors from which all colors are made. They are red, blue, and yellow.
Which line is perpendicular to the ground? → Vertical