## Friday, 25 May 2018

### 1st TERM EXAM

FIRST TERM EXAM

1. Define the 45º and 60º triangular set squares. Which angles do they have?(1point)

1. Define parallel and perpendicular lines. (1point)

1. Define segment bisector. Divide a 4.3cm long segment into two equal parts by using the compass. (1point)

1. Define angle bisector. Draw the angle bisector of a 45º angle. (1point)

1. Types of triangles.

1. Divide a 4cm long segment into 7 equal parts. (Thales Theorem.)

1. Using the triangular set of squares fill in the box drawing parallel lines to the given lines (the thick ones). The distance between the lines should be 0.5cm. (2points).

### FINAL EXAM

 VISUAL ARTS 1º E.S.O. DATE: COURSE: MARK: NAME AND SURNAME:

FINAL EXAM

1. Define the 45º and 60º triangular set squares. Which angles do they have?(1point)
Define parallel and perpendicular lines.

1. Define segment bisector. Divide a 4.3cm long segment into two equal parts by using the compass. (1point)

1. Define  angle bisector. Draw the angle bisector of a 45º angle. (1point)

1. Create the secondary colours by mixing the primary ones by using coloured pencils. (1point)

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1. Using the triangular set of squares fill in the box drawing parallel lines to the given lines (the thick ones). The distance between the lines should be 0.5cm. (1point).

1. Inscribe a pentagon inside a circumference with a radius of 3cm. (1point).

1. Explain how we see colours: ( 1 point)

Why do we see an object as red?

Why do we see an object as white?

Why do we see an object as black?

1. Define complementary colours. Tell the complementary colour of yellow, cyan and magenta. (1point)

1. Draw an heptagon inscribed in a circumference. Radius 4cm. (1point)

1. Divide a 4cm long segment into 6 equal parts by using Thales Theorem.(1point)

## Wednesday, 23 May 2018

### PARALLEL AND PERPENDICULAR LINES

Lines are parallel if they are always the same distance apart (called "equidistant"), and will never meet.

Lines are perpendicular if they cross at a right angle.

Our first practice is to draw parallel lines at 30º, 45º, 60º angles on a drawing paper.

Now let's draw a net square. The distance between the lines must be 1cm.

### THIRD TERM EXAM

THIRD TERM EXAM

Questions:

1. Explain the rainbow.

2. Why do we see an object in red? In black? In white?

3. Define primary colours. Which ones are they?

4. Define secondary colours. Which ones are they?

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________ + ________ = ________

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5. Define complementary colours. Tell the complementary colour of:

Yellow =

Cyan =

Magenta =

6. Define warm and cool colours.

7. Define harmony and contrast as related to colour.

8. Write your name and surname in bold lettering twice and colour them; first in warm colours, then in cool colours, and add textures. Try to use as many different colours and textures as you can.

## Thursday, 17 May 2018

### EXPRESSIVENESS OF THE DOT

The dot is the primary visual element.
Using dots as smudges, and related with other dots, we can create concentrations or dispersions becoming a compositional element with different artistic applications.

We can also use dots as a figurative element representing shapes, volume, and a visual sense of depth.

### VOLUME WITH LINES

Lines can help us create the sensation of volume.
First, we draw circles. Then, we draw straight lines on our page around the circles. When the straight lines meet the circles, we curve the lines within the circle to give a sense of volume. Finally, we colour our image, and can use light and shade for depth as well.

### Lines, lines, lines...

Just with a pen and a piece of paper you can make pictures like these ones!