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Artists make shapes in the background smaller than shapes in the foreground to communicate their distance from the viewer. How else might a landscape artist show shapes in the background to depict their distance from the viewer?
A. Show shapes with bright colors.
B. Show shapes that are sharp and clear.
C. Show shapes with lighter colors.
D. Show shapes that are large and bold.
Is the answer C?
Thank you

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  1. Yes

  2. I always thought it was D, woops

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  3. 1. C
    2. b
    3. d
    4. a
    5. d
    6. c
    7. a
    8. c
    9. c
    10. b
    100% correct

    ^_^ ^0^ ^~^

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  4. Ice cream lover <3 is right 100

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  5. yall are lying so hard i got a zero :(((((((((((((((((((((((((((

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  6. @aydn is lying those answers are 100% correct!

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