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ART113 COLOR lesson 5 quiz

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Traditional color separation is the method of isolating component colors for reproduction purposes. 

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  • False

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Physical color materials are also known as analog media. 

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  • False

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Which of the following describes a "printing process"? 

  • Relief printing 
  • Intaglio 
  • Screen printing
  •  Lithography
  •  All of the above

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What is digital color separation?

  •  Employing a digital scanner
  •  Separating original artwork into red, green, and blue components
  •  Inverting the separations, which then creates cyan, magenta, and yellow
  •  All of the above
  •  None of the above

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Matching: Match each definition with the appropriate term.
A chart that is useful for understanding the values and RGB components of each image.              
Utilizes the raised and recessed areas of metal plates to form a printed image.              
The resistance of a color due to the loss of its original color quality.              
A method of isolating the component colors of a full-color photo, painting, or illustration for reproduction purposes.              
Referred to as “body color”.              
Soluble colorants.              
An image is drawn with a grease-based material on a specially ground stone or metal surface.              
Transparent printing inks are used so that color mixing can occur through color layering to produce various intensities of color.              
Pigments that are ground and mixed with egg yolks.              
A pattern of dots used for reproduction of a continuous tone image.              

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Relief printing: Utilizes the raised and recessed areas of metal plates to form a printed image
Histogram: A chart that is useful for understanding the values and RGB components of each image
Traditional color separation: A method of isolating the component colors of a full-color photo, painting, or illustration for reproduction purposes
Lithography: An image is drawn with a grease-based material on a specially ground stone or metal surface.
Four-color process: Transparent printing inks are used so that color mixing can occur through color layering to produce various intensities of color.
Halftone: A pattern of dots used for reproduction of a continuous tone image
Dyes: Soluble colorants
Egg tempera: Pigments that are ground and mixed with egg yolks
Opaque paint: Referred to as “body color”
Colorfastness: The resistance of a color due to the loss of its original color quality

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What is encaustic?

  •  Pigment created by natural materials
  •  A dangerous chemical found in some pigments
  •  A process created by Native American Indians
  •  Pigment mixed with melted beeswax and resin
  •  None of the above

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Traditional color separation is the method of isolating component colors for reproduction purposes. 

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Physical color materials are also known as analog media. 

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  • False
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