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  1. What element Am I? Color Color Schemes Texture and Space Value 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 10 pt 10 pt 10 pt 10 pt 10 pt 15 pt 15 pt 15 pt 15 pt 15 pt 20 pt 20 pt 20 pt 20 pt 20 pt 25 pt 25 pt 25 pt 25 pt 25 pt

  2. Zig-zag, curvy, straight, thick, thin, dotted are types of this element Slide 2

  3. Line

  4. Circles, squares, rectangles and triangles are examples of what element

  5. Shape

  6. To show the full range of a color from its lightest to its darkest is to show this element

  7. Value

  8. Tertiary, Analogous and Triadic are all related to this element

  9. Color

  10. This element can be real or implied

  11. Texture

  12. These two colors mixed together make green

  13. Blue and yellow

  14. Violet, Green, and Orange are this type of color

  15. Secondary

  16. This type of color is made by mixing a primary with a primary

  17. Secondary

  18. Three of the Tertiary colors

  19. Blue-Green, Blue-Violet, Yellow-Orange, Yellow-Green, Red-Orange and Red-Violet

  20. This scheme employs only two colors

  21. Complimentary

  22. Red, Yellow and Blue are an example of this color scheme

  23. Triadic

  24. When you mix a primary and a secondary color you get a ______________ color

  25. Tertiary

  26. One color with tints and shades

  27. Monochromatic

  28. Black, Whites and shades of gray

  29. Achromatic

  30. When objects are shown sitting in front of and behind other objects it shows this way of showing space

  31. Overlapping

  32. The use of a vanishing point shows this type of space

  33. Perspective

  34. This type of space shows the actual object(s) within the picture

  35. Positive Space

  36. Puppy fur shows this

  37. Real Texture

  38. A drawing of a pile of wood shows this

  39. Implied Texture

  40. Value is called this by most people

  41. Shading

  42. This type of shading is made up of dots

  43. Stippling

  44. When you use parallel line lines that cross over each other you are incorporating this type of shading.

  45. Cross-hatching

  46. When using your pencil to create soft gradual movements in shading you are using this type of value

  47. Soft-shading

  48. When showing a full range of value from darkest to lightest it helps to create this in your drawing.

  49. Contrast