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Getting some Perspective
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This is the name of the machine used to create the prints.
What is the printing press?
This is the type of material we etched our designs into.
What is Plexiglass?
This is the name of the roller that we used to apply the ink to our plates.
What is a brayer?
This is the name for the type of print we created.
What is intaglio?
This is the name for the tool used to etch a print.
What is a burin?
This is one of the elements of design.
What is colour, shape line, form, space, texture, or value?
This element of design can be divided into 3 parts hue, value and intensity.
What is colour?
This is an example of this element.
What is line?
This is what this element looks like
What is shape?
This is the element of design concerned with the 3-D nature of the art work.
What is form?
This is how we get rid of bubbles in the clay and even out the moisture.
What is wedging the clay?
This is the term for a pot made by pinching your thumbs into a ball of clay.
What is a pinch pot?
This is the liquid clay you add to a sculpture when you want to join 2 pieces of clay together.
What is slip?
This is the term that describes the scratches you make on 2 pieces of clay you want to join together.
What is scoring?
This is the term for unfired clay
What is greenware?
This is the type of paint we used in class this year.
What is acrylic paint?
This is the white primer that we covered our boards with before painting
What is Gesso?
This painting technique involves mixing colours on the picture rather than on the palette.
What is wet into wet or wet on wet?
This is the painting method where there is no water on the brush
What is dry brushing?
This is the name of the board we used to paint on in class.
What is masonite?
This is the type of perspective where there is only one vanishing point
What is one point perspective?