JSS 2 CCA 3rd Test
  • 1. 1. _____ is the process of using paints to illustrate visual or imagined aesthetic form of art
A) Colouring
B) Illustration
C) Painting
D) Imagination
  • 2. 2. _____ is the painting of lifeless objects
A) Life painting
B) Still life painting
C) Less life painting
D) Nature painting
  • 3. 3. The type of painting done on wall are called ____
A) Nature painting
B) Life painting
C) Mural painting
D) Imagination painting
  • 4. 4. One of the following is not a painting materials
A) Gum
B) Easel
C) Catridge paper
D) Pastels
  • 5. 5. Life painting is otherwise called ____
A) composition
B) nature painting
C) landscape painting
D) figure painting
  • 6. 6. The process of tie-dye typically consists of _____, ______ and _____
A) soaking, drying and wearing
B) designing, tying and drying
C) folding, twisting and pleating
D) bomding squeezing and ironing
  • 7. 7. Tying techniques include all except
A) marbling
B) stitching
C) squeezing
D) knotting
  • 8. 8. The materials for tie and dye include all except
A) thread
B) mannequin
C) plastic bowl
D) gloves
  • 9. 9. In dying process, tied fabrics are wet with ____
A) acid
B) cold water
C) hot water
D) soapy water
  • 10. 10. Stir the dye constantly with ____
A) naked hand
B) leg
C) wooden stick
D) iron
  • 11. 11. _____ is made by drawing design on fabrics using dots and lines of hot wax, which resists dyes
A) Tie-dye
B) Painting
C) Batik
D) Printing
  • 12. 12. Wax is applied to the cloth with a traditional tool known as a _____
A) raffia
B) wax
C) tjanting
D) iron rod
  • 13. 13. Batik should be done in a _____
A) kitchen
B) ventilated area
C) close door area
D) none of the above
  • 14. 14. Materials needed for batik are all except
A) iced block
B) bowl
C) rubber gloves
D) candle wax
  • 15. 15. _____ is used to hold the fabric to the wooden frame for design
A) Nail
B) Gum
C) Evostic
D) Thumbstack
  • 16. 16. ______ is an art of embellishing or decorating a surface such as a floor or wall with designs made of small pieces of stones, glass or tile
A) Printing
B) Batik
C) Painting
D) Mosaic
  • 17. 17. Mosaic is described as _____
A) temporary painting
B) flashing decoration
C) loose
D) true way of painting for eternity
  • 18. 18. Classroom level materials for mosaic include all except
A) glue
B) cardboard
C) cement
D) buttons
  • 19. 19. Mosaic is limited to _____
A) only wooden materials
B) only glass materials
C) wider range of materials
D) only one type of material
  • 20. 20. Outdoor level materials for mosaic are all except
A) chalk
B) ceramics
C) cement
D) glass
  • 21. 21. _____ is the expression of ideas, activities or emotions in words or pictures on many possible surface
A) Batik
B) Painting
C) Printing
D) Mosaic
  • 22. 22. Printing can be done on the following surfaces except
A) walls
B) face
C) rock
D) wood
  • 23. 23. The early men made impressions on the wall of their homes by using their ____
A) legs
B) mouth
C) hands
D) eyes
  • 24. 24. The early men also used the following to make impressions except
A) candle
B) fingers
C) leaves
D) hunting implements
  • 25. 25. Printing machine can be used for production of all except
A) diaries
B) books
C) calendars
D) phones
  • 26. 26. Some of these materials are required for printing except
A) digger
B) rollers
C) chisel
D) adhensive
  • 27. 27. Parallel perspective in the real sense of it has ____
A) four vanishing point
B) three vanishing point
C) two vanishing point
D) one vanishing point
  • 28. 28. _____ is a science of vision by which the artist can create the appearance of depth and distance on a two dimensional flat vision
A) Vision
B) Perspective
C) Design
D) Textile
  • 29. 29. The types of perspective with two vanishing points is known as _____
A) Line of
B) Vision
C) Angular
D) Picture plane
  • 30. 30. Aerial perspective could be achieved with the use of ____
A) line
B) colour
C) texture
D) station point
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