4th Qtr Summative Test (Illustration)

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- Q1
A technique of using straight lines to create a 3-D look in a composition.

pointillism

aerial perspective

abstraction

linear perspective

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What kind of perspective view is this?

three-point perspective

two-point perspective

one-point perspective

no perspective

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What parts of a cube would you see if it was below the horizon line?

bottom and sides

sides only

top and sides

top, bottom and sides

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__ are two lines that are always at the same distance apart and never meet.

horizontal lines

perpendicular lines

orthogonal lines

parallel lines

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The single point on the horizon where all the lines on the ground level seem to come together.

horizon line

orthogonal line

vanishing point

converging line

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This is equal to your eye level.

converging line

horizon line

vanishing point

orthogonal line

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The imaginary lines that go back to the horizon line

converging line

vanishing point

orthogonal line

horizon line

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It goes from left to right and is parallel to the bottom edge of the picture.

horizon line

vanishing point

converging line

orthogonal line

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Artists use this perspective to show objects face-on.

three-point perspective

linear perspective

one-point perspective

two-point perspective

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You can only have one horizon line because you can only have one eye level at a time.

truefalseTrue or False60sEditDelete - Q11
What is the line called shown in dashed?

converging line

limit line

horizon line

orthogonal line

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Parallel lines ___.

go from one corner of the page to the other

intersect at a 90 degree angle

are horizontal

never intersect

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Another name for the horizon line is ___.

atmosphere line

perspective line

eye line

sky line

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Identify the type of perspective used.

three-point perspective

none of the above

two-point perspective

one-point perspective

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It allows you to draw perspective objects at an angle.

two-point perspective

linear perspective

one-point perspective

three-point perspective

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Which perspective is being utilized?

one-point perspective

two-point perspective

three-point perspective

none of the above

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Lines that intersect at a right angle or 90 degrees are perpendicular.

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The first step in a linear perspective drawing is to draw a horizon line.

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In one and two point perspective, the vanishing point ___.

should always be in the center of the paper

should not be on the horizon line

should be in one of the corners of the paper

should always be on the horizon line

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Is this drawing an example of a two-point perspective?

no

yes

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