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Drawing
Drawing is a fundamental part of art and design.

Drawing

This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 in Art and Design for children aged 7 to 11 in years 3 to 6. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with understanding processes and techniques, and it focusses on drawing skills.

Children will refine and practise a variety of techniques and processes as they progress through KS2. Perhaps the simplest of these techniques is drawing. In KS1, they will have learnt how to improve their skills and draw more accurately. Children will now learn how to use different processes to give different results.

Do you know how to use perspective or the different types of pencils? Sharpen your drawing skills in this fun quiz.

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1.
Cross-hatching is a good way of doing what?
Filling in larger areas
Drawing hatching chicks
Sketching a cross
Ruining a drawing
Cross-hatching involves lines in one direction, overlaid with lines in another direction
2.
If you were drawing something for the first time, you might do what?
Trace the object
Make light sketch marks until you're happy
Get someone else to draw it
Take a photograph instead
Once a light sketch has been made, you can then go over the lines with a darker line
3.
Giving the impression that some objects are closer and others far away means using what?
Using a camera
Using a pair of glasses
Using a measuring jug
Using perspective
Perspective is important in drawing in order to make the subjects look realistic
4.
How might you tell who the artist of a drawing is?
By taking a photograph of the drawing
By looking in the corner of the drawing
By looking it up on the internet
By reading a book about drawing
Most artists sign their work somewhere. Quite often, it's in the corner
5.
Drawing using shading to give light and dark areas does what to an object?
Disguises it
Shows the different colours of pencil
Make a mess of the paper
Makes it appear three-dimensional
Artist try to see the light and dark areas when they draw
6.
Which of the following is NOT a pencil grade?
4H
4S
2B
H
Pencils are graded as 'h; (hard) or 'B' (soft)
7.
What is stippling?
Using dots to create tone, texture or shade
When you break a pencil
Making the pencils nice and sharp
Putting the pencils in a straight line
Dots can be built up in certain areas to give different effects
8.
What do we call a drawing of a group of everyday objects placed together?
A drawing selection
A grouping of art
A still life
A placing of drawing
A still life could also be painted. Fruit is always a popular choice!
9.
How would you recognise an observational drawing?
By reading the title
By asking the artist
It should look very similar to the subject
By looking it up in a book
Observational drawings mean that the artist has looked very closely at what they are drawing
10.
Artists often use human models to draw. What are they known as?
Life models
Living models
Pretty models
Still models
Life models are sometimes clothed, sometimes not!

 

Author:  Angela Smith

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