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1. Which step did the artist clearly use when drawing this image?
two vanishing points
only orthogonal lines
imagery in the background larger than in the foreground
imagery in the foreground lighter than in the background
2. Because of the use of value change in this image, the artist
was able to make the change have no contrast
was able to emphasize only one minute area of the drawing.
was able to create the illusion of depth
was able to create no difference in textures.
3. Which of the following questions would best help you analyze this painting during your critique?
What type of scene did the artist create?
How did the artist use vanishing point(s) and orthogonal lines?
How does the color scheme affect the message?
Did the artist create a successful piece of art?
Which of the following best describes the horizon line in this image?
the top of the mountain
the clouds in the center of the mountain
the bottom of the mountain with trees
the edges of the dirt road
5. How would the artist ensure that the background imagery appears to be in the distance?
Use no vanishing point.
Create a value change from the background to foreground.
Make the background imagery as large as the foreground imagery.
Create minimal texture changes on the various surfaces.

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