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Fundamentals of Art

Megan Barnes

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5.deviations from normal, expected proportions
8.reflected light
9.the colors blue, green, and violet
12.the liquid that controls the thickness or thinness of the paint
13.when light passes through a prism, the beam of white light is bent and separated into bands of color
19.finely ground, colored powders that form paint when mixed with a binder
20.weak image of complementary color created by a viewer's brain as a reaction to a prolonged looking at a color
23.brithness or dullness of a hue
24.equalizing visual forces
27.yellow mixed with red
29.support system for any type of 3D piece of art
31.color mixed with black
34.the colors red, yellow, and blue
2.lead that varies from light (H) to dark (4B)
3.colors opposite on the color wheel
4.red mixed with blue
6.color scheme that only uses one hue and all its tints and shades
7.the color spectrum bent into a circle
9.beautiful writing
10.name of a color
11.acrylic paint's binder
14.a color mixed with white
15.colors that sit side by side on the color wheel and have a similar hue
16.the colors green, orange, and violet
17.proper relation between things or parts
18.the colors balck, white, and gray
21.oil-based paint's solvent
22.material that holds together the grains of pigment
25.the quality, production, expression, or realm, according to aesthetic principles, of what is beautiful, appealing, or of more than ordinary significance
26.blending stick
28.blue mixed with yellow
30.the lightness and darkness of a work of art
32.the colors red, yellow, and orange
33.pigment that dissolves in liquid

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