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original
frame
imagination
idea
outline
draw
artist
create
trace
scissors
cut
shape
ruler
print
poster
oil
sketch
photograph
paper
easel
art
crayon
watercolor

words related with art Word Search

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Portrait
Photograph
Paper
Paint Roller
Painting
Painter
Paintbrush
Paint
Oil Paint
Mural
Model
Masterpiece
Marble
Lithograph
Liner Brush
Latex Paint
Ink
Image
Illustrate
Graphic Design
Graffiti
Glaze
Gilding
Gallery
Frame
Etching
Erase
Engraving
Drawing
Design
Decorate
Creativity
Create
Crayon
Composition
Pencils
Color
Collage
Chalk
Ceramics
Cartoon
Calliraphy
Brush
Brightness
Bridge
Blending
Artwork
Artist
Art Gallery
Animation
Airbrush
Acrylic Paint
Abstract

Art Supplies and Tools Word Search

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primer
glaze
chalk
tape
charcoal
paint
clay
scissors
canvas
paper
marker
pen
crayon
pencil
brush
adhesive
glue
pastels
watercolor
Acrylics
tempera

Art Review Crossword

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Crossword
Description

This artist was most famous for cutting off his ear. Van Gogh
How did Pollock die? Car Crash
A quick-drying, water-soluble kind of paint that artists often use instead of oil paint or watercolors Acrylic
The technological invention that changed the direction of painting Camera
Collection of artwork intended to showcase progress and overall style Portfolio
An early 20th -century style and movement in art, especially painting, in which perspective with a single viewpoint was abandoned and was made of simple geometric shapes, interlocking planes Cubism
A malleable mixture of paper and glue, or paper, flour, and water that becomes hard when dry Papier Mache
How many primary colors are there? Three
What country is Piet Mondrian from? Netherlands
Geometric shapes are often found in... Math
Type of oil based colored pencil Prisma
A critical evaluation or analysis Critique
A Latin American holiday celebrating the dead Dia De Los Muertos
A piece of art made by sticking various different materials such as photographs and pieces of paper or fabric onto a backing Collage
The recurrence of a particular line, pattern, shape or other visual element in a work of art Repetition
How many secondary colors are there? Six
Opposite colors on the color wheel Complementary
Shepard Fairey created this famous logi OBEY
The way in which something is arranged or set out Format
A piece of paper rolled up tightly to blend pencil Tortillion
Andy Warhol's famous studio was called the... Factory
Category of art that refers to views of nature, seascape, and ciryscapes Landscape
A thin sheet of cardborad, plastic, or metal with a pattern or letters cut out of it, used to produce the cut design on the surface below by the application of ink or paint through the holes Stencil
Point/line where the sky and ground appear to meet Horizon Line
Popular English graffiti artist Banksy
8th grade art teacher at Lanier Middle School Grayum
Artistic process to ensure proportion Grid
Artistic process to ensure proportion Grid
An enclosed space Shape
Art that does not attempt to represent external reality Abstract
Artist that created the POP ART movement Andy Warhol
Artist know for working with rectangular shapes and primary colors Piet Mondrian
Similiar on both sides Symmetry
A paint of which the liquid is a water dispersion of the binding material Watercolor
Small bone in the middle of the nose Septum
Point at which receding lines appear to converge Vanishing Point
VanGogh died from this type of wound Gunshot
A long narrow mark on a surface Line
Organic shaped are found in... Nature
The arrangment of opposite elements (light vs. dark colors) in a piece so as to create visual interest, excitement and drama Contrast
Aside from white, this is the weakest of paint colors Yellow
The three "main" colors Primary
Famous Spanish artist who is credited with creating "cubism" Picasso
Abstract artist who was credited with "drip" paintings Pollock
Where was Jackson Pollock from? Wyoming
Picasso was born in this country Spain

Animation Crossword

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The person who draws the moving character in an animated film. Animator
A clear piece of plastic on which the animator's finished drawings are painted. The cel is clear so that when placed over the background, the animated characters appear to be in a setting. Cel
An individual still picture on a strip of film. 24 frames equal one second of a motion picture. Frame
filmmaking technique in animation where each frame is exposed one at a time and the object being photographed is slightly altered for each picture. Frame-by-frame
The step in cel animation where the animator's drawings are placed on cels to be photographed. A drawing is outlined on the front of the cel with black ink, while the back of the cel is painted. Ink and Paint
An animation technique using a series of still photographs or artwork to create the illusion of motion. Kinestasis
A stop-motion technique in which life-size props or live actors are photographed frame-by-frame. When viewed, they appear to be moving at a fast speed. Pixilation
The written story of a film that supplies dialogue, camera moves, background, staging and action. Script
A drawing technique used by animators and originally developed at the Disney Studio to show exaggerated movements in characters. For example, if you wanted a character to jump, you would draw him close to the ground as if 'squashed' and then you would 'stretch' him out as he went into the air. Squash and Stretch
A "storyboard" is a visual representation of a story. Pictures can be sketched on pieces of paper and pinned to a large board, or they can be drawn on a large piece of paper, comic-book style, to represent scenes in a film. A story sketch should show character, attitude, feelings, entertainment, expressions, type of action, as well as telling the story of what's happening. Storyboard
An early animation device that spins drawings in a revolving drum to create the illusion of motion. Zoetrope
Drawings that are inbetween the drawings that are at the beginning and end poses. Inbetweens
Drawings that are at the beginning and end of a particular pose. Extremes
a piece of writing that has been copied from someone else and is presented as being your own work. Plagiarism
The legal protection against copying and the specific rights allowing copying given to original works, which may be in printed or photographically or electronically stored words, music, visual arts, and performing arts. Copyright
In animation, a cel (note that in this usage, the word has only one L) is a transparent sheet containing any part of the individual frame that is intended to move. By putting the action on cel overlays, animators avoid having to re-draw the background in every frame. In Flash this function is taken over by the Layer. Cel
National Television Standards Committee. Created the standards for American televisions. This acronym also refers to the standard formulated by the committee. This format has approximately 30 frames (60 fields) per second. NTSC

Art Terms Word Search

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Description

tempera
watercolor
collage
drawing
sewing
sculpture
painting
abstract
tertiary
secondary
primary
space
value
form
line
texture
shape
color

Art Class Word Search

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color wheel
sculpture
canvas
paper
marker
pencil
collage
scissors
glue
elements of art
cool color
warm color
secondary
primary
color
space
value
shape
texture
form
line
paint
artist
art

Art Cross-Word Puzzle Crossword

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something straight line
a type of structure architecture
something you paint with brush
something creative art
the property possesed by an object colors
something you write with on a chalkboard chalk
something you can form clay
something you write on paper
something you color with color pencils
things on a wheel colorwheel
something you make create
the use of imagination creativity
pieces of cement ceramics
a drawing design
overlaying or a 2nd coat glaze
wooden frame easel
a place with a bunch of artworks gallery
a type of shape form
public display exhibit
producing art draw
a picture image
something you write with and has ink pen
something you write with that can be erased pencil
something you paint with paint brush
another word for image photo
a painting or drawing portrait
providing with pictures illustrate
a soft shade of a color pastel
a roller covered in wool paint roller
a large flat case portfolio
the main colors primary colors
12 inch stick ruler
produced on paper in ink print
a relative size of something scale
create something sculpt
someone who creates carvings sculptor
something a sculptor makes sculpture
colors with water watercolors
a device or implent tools
a shaped piece of a material template
a rectangular slab of baked clay tile
a thin sheet of cardboard stencil
to quickly draw something sketch
something for display model
colors made of primary colors secondary color
the way something feels textures
someone who paints artist
a really nice painting masterpiece
when you make something out of stone carve
a hard metaphoric form marble
something that is bright glowing
when you combine something mixed
your point of view visual
something you do when your bored doodle
someone creative with art artistic
someone who is very color creative decorative
someone who has a big imagination imaginative
something uncommon and special unique
a painting that looks real lifelike
art using technology animation

Painting Crossword

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Description

British artist who created drawings on his iPad using his finger as his drawing tool Hockney
the binder that forms calcium crystals when in contact with air, chemically binding the pigment with the moist plaster wall. lime
Picasso did 45 preparatory drawings for this huge painting. Guernica
binder in tempera paints (2 words) egg yolks
the surface onto which paint is applied, sizing plus primer ground
commissioned against his wishes to paint the ceiling off the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican in Rome Michelangelo
type of tree that produces gum arabic, the binder in watercolors. Acacia
rows of parallel lines used to suggest shadows or volumes. hatching
Charles White used cross-hatching and contouor hatching to build up the figure's mass and gesture in this ink drawing. Preacher
oil plus varnish make, gives depth to paintng by allowing light to pass through and reflect from the lower paint layers glaze
drawing exists only in our minds as a memory or vision we imagine. projective
Examples of these are wood panel, stretched canvas, and paper. supports
Degas and Carriera both used these powdered sticks of pigment held together by a gum binding agent. pastels
Chinese decorative writing calligraphy
type of watercolor that is a gouache opaque
Mexican artist who brought art to the people through the revival of fresco mural painting. Rivero
egg yolk, pigment, and water tempera
among the best of the watercolorists Sargent
small-scale paint sprayer airbrush
a sequential artform based on drawing. comic
most drawing pencils are made of this crystalline form of carbon. graphite
Seurat used this type of crayon stick made of graphite mixed with clay to create his drawing L'Echo. conte
the binder in acrylic paints that holds the color pigments together. (2 words) synthetic resin
appears real and 3 dimensional because it is painted so realistically. (2 words) trompe l'oeil
dull finish, not shiny matt
Fresco painting is most suitable to dry climate zones because a moist environment creates this. mold
vehicle for oil paints. turpentine
medium whose translucent qualities makes it suitable to dpictions of water, weather, outdoors, light, and atmosphere. watercolor
pigments suspended in hot beeswax. encaustic
this is the preferred ground for tempera paints and dries a bright white. gesso

Visual Arts Terminology Word Search

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Description

imagination
creative
artist
design
balance
brush
sketch
sculpture
painting
drawing
outline
silhouette
negative space
lines
contrast
colours
proportion
perspective
shading
blending
repetition
composition
Elements
Forms
Patterns
shapes
Zentangle

Elements of Art Crossword

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Description

colors that are next to each other on the color wheel analogous
when a color is mixed with white tint
when a color is mixed with black shade
when a color is mixed with gray tone
what you get when you mix primary and secondary colors tertiary
the lightness or darkness of tones or colors value
this ranges from black to white when working with value value scale
this color scheme comes from a single hue mixed with tones, tints and shades monochromatic
these are the main 3 colors needed to create all other colors primary
these colors are created when you mix primary colors together secondary
this is created when light his an object...it lets us see the _____ of an object color
these colors are opposite one another on the color wheel complementary
this element of art is a point (or dot) moving through space to create a shape line
patterns of repeating lines that fill a space zentangle
two dimensional objects that are drawn (ex: circles, squares, triangles) shape
three dimensional objects that are drawn using lines form
this element of art refers to distances around, to and from or between areas space
this can be positive or negative on your paper when sketching space
The many different ways, or views, that can be used while sketching perspective
you give the illusion of this by adding details to the surface of your artwork texture