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Studyguide for semester 2 Final Exam
all ART-I lessons

Final exam consists of 2 parts:

  • Portfolio (50%) - All assignments for semester 2 (excluding worksheets). If an assignment is missing or unfinished - it needs to be completed for a full credit.
  • Written test (50%) - Review units: Color, Perspective.
    You can use one 5x3 index card with notes for the test.
    Card should be attached to the final test to receive an extra credit. All information is available for you on this web site.

Practice test:

What do we need in order to see color?
a. glasses
b. light
c. paint brush
d. telescope

Vanishing point is:
a. imaginary point where parallel lines meet
b. erasable dot on a paper
c. dot that vanishes if you stare at it
d. none of the above

What are the three dimensions of color?
a. hue, value, texture
b. value, intensity, shape
c. intensity, hue, perspective
d. hue, intensity, value

How do you mix intermediate colors?
a. by mixing two secondary colors
b. by mixing two primary colors
c. by mixing a primary color and a secondary color
d. by adding black to a color

Linear perspective was developed in:
a. the 19th century
b. the 15th century

TRUE or FALSE
White + Red = Pink

Filippo Brunelleschi was:
a. French comedian
b. Renaissance architect
c. Russian tsar
d. English painter

TRUE or FALSE
Green is a cool color

A cube is above the horizon line in a 2-point perspective drawing.
How many sides will you see?
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4

Color wheel is:
a. arrangement of primary colors
b. arrangement of colors in the spectrum
c. arrangement of color values
d. arrangement of neutral colors

Value of a color is:
a. how dark or light the color is
b. how much you pay for your paint
c. how important your Art class to you
d. how many colors you mix together

What is color?
a. paint on the surface
b. texture of the surface
c. whatever your Art teacher says it is
d. reflected light

A color + Black is called:
a. pure color
b. tint
c. tone
d. shade

TRUE or FALSE
Red + Green = Blue

A tint of a color is:
a. a color + Black
b. a color + White
c. a color + Gray
d. a color + Brown

When placed next to each other, these colors both look their brightest:
a. analogous colors
b. neutral colors
c. complimentary colors
d. intermediate colors

What colors cannot be mixed?
a. primary
b. complimentary
c. secondary
d. monochromatic

Complimentary colors are:
a. opposite colors on the color wheel
b. next to each other on the color wheel
c. tone and tint of the same color
d. tint and shade of the same color

To create an illusion of depth on a flat surface, artists use following techniques:
a. overlapping
b. atmospheric perspective
c. linear perspective
d. all the above

Linear perspective was invented in:
a. the 19th century
b. the 15th century
c. the 14th century BC
d. the 20th century

An imaginary line which is level to the artist’s eyes is called:
a. the “line over there”
b. artist line
c. horizon line
d. border line

How is color affected by light?
a. nature of the light source (natural vs. artificial)
b. temperature
c. your mood
d. color is not affected by light

The complimentary color of Red is:
a. Yellow
b. Orange
c. Purple
d. Green

Receding lines in linear perspective are:
a. perpendicular lines in real life
b. zigzag lines in real life
c. curved lines in real life
d. parallel lines in real life

Orange, Yellow-Orange, Yellow, Yellow-Green are the colors of what type of color scheme?
a. monochromatic
b. achromatic
c. complimentary
d. analogous

Intensity of a color is:
a. how dark or light the color is
b. how bright the color is
c. how much paint you use
d. how fast you paint

In 2 point perspective all vertical lines:
a. become receding lines
b. stay vertical
c. become horizontal
d. disappear

Neutral color is:
a. White and Black
b. Brown
c. Gray
d. all the above

TRUE or FALSE
Orange is a cool color


Fill in colors in a color wheel


What is 1 ppoint pespective


What is 2 point perspective


Draw a box isung 1 vanishig point


Draw a box using 2 vanishing points.


Find a vanishing point in a picture

 

 

 

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