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Midterm studyguide

  1. 1. Name: _________________________________________________________ Block: ___________________ Studio Art Midterm Review & Study Guide List and define the 4 Classifications of Art. List and define the 4 Styles/Types of Art. List and define the Elements of Art? List and define the Principles of Design? Dorofy/Duckworth/Gordon/Sanders
  2. 2. What are the 5 main color schemes? Define each and give examples. Define these drawing techniques: Contour - Blind Contour Observational Value Grid Cropping - Explain the differences between a 6B, HB and a 6H pencil. Give examples of when/why you would use each. To make a tint of a hue add:
  3. 3. a. White b. Black c. Its complement b. Black c. Its complement b. Green c. To make a shade of a hue add: a. White To make a tone of a hue add: a. White Its complement When mixing colors you: a. Start with the lightest color b. Start with the darkest color What is Burnishing? a. Using multiple colored pencils to create depth b. Slowly blending two or more colored pencils to create a value c. Mixing two colors to create a new color d. Pushing very hard to completely fill an entire area creating a waxy surface What is Blending? a. Using multiple colored pencils to create depth b. Slowly blending two or more colored pencils to create a value c. Mixing two colors to create a new color d. Pushing very hard to completely fill an entire area creating a waxy surface What is Layering? a. Using multiple colored pencils to create depth b. Slowly blending two or more colored pencils to create a value
  4. 4. c. Mixing two colors to create a new color d. Pushing very hard to completely fill an entire area creating a waxy surface What is Gradation? a. Using multiple colored pencils to create depth b. Slowly blending two or more colored pencils to create a value c. Mixing two colors to create a new color d. Pushing very hard to completely fill an entire area creating a waxy surface Define and draw an example of Hatching: Define and draw an example of Cross Hatching: Define and draw and example of Stippling: In addition to this study guide, please be sure you review the following: • Color Wheel – be able to label and create all colors with colored pencils • Art Criticism questions • Thumbnails and composition • Observational drawing skills

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