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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What combination has both words and pictures that send the same message?
(a) Montage
(b) Picture-specific
(c) Duo-specific
(d) Word-specific

2. What color technique can be used to add depth?
(a) tones and modelling
(b) modelling only
(c) tones only
(d) neither tones nor modelling

3. Which is true of most written languages?
(a) They represent sound only and lose resemblance to the visible world.
(b) They bear traces of their ancient pictorial heritage (e.g. Chinese).
(c) They are not abstract.
(d) They sound how they look.

4. The combination of printed art and literature has traditionally been thought of as a style for which audience?
(a) Adults
(b) Children
(c) Adolescents
(d) Elders

5. Which French pianist devised the idea of three subtractive primaries?
(a) Lord Kelvin
(b) Louis Ducos Du Hauron
(c) Alexander Graham Bell
(d) Sir James Clerk

6. What is the first step of art creation, the one that contains the work's content, emotions and philosophies?
(a) Structure
(b) Idiom
(c) Idea/Purpose
(d) Craft

7. Which of the following artists was NOT known for a more subjective palette?
(a) Clavelous
(b) Caza
(c) Moebius
(d) Herges

8. What kind of combination treats words as integral parts of the picture?
(a) Word specific
(b) Duo-specific
(c) Montage
(d) Inter-dependent

9. The pursuit of truth can be seen as the foundation of which of the following?
(a) All of these
(b) Language
(c) Science
(d) Philosophy

10. What aspect of comics has been especially sensitive to changes in technology?
(a) Color
(b) Contents
(c) Artists
(d) Length

11. Whose work often evoked a world of depravity and morbid decay through dense puddles of ink and fraying linework?
(a) Jose Munoz
(b) Kirby
(c) Spiegelman
(d) Jules Feiffer

12. Which of the following is NOT a form of self-expression and communication?
(a) Photography
(b) Marionettes
(c) None of these
(d) Comics

13. What combination has words add a soundtrack to a largely complete picture?
(a) Duo-specific
(b) Picture-specific
(c) Parallel
(d) Word-specific

14. In what year were the three additive primaries isolated?
(a) 1861
(b) 1945
(c) 1776
(d) 1612

15. What is the most widely-used, most complex, and most versatile synaesthetic icon?
(a) Motion line
(b) Word balloon
(c) Aspect-to-aspect
(d) Sound effects

Short Answer Questions

1. The creation of work in any medium will follow a certain path containing how many steps?

2. Which of the following is NOT an additive primary?

3. Who drew Dick Tracy?

4. What step finishes the first superficial exposure to the work?

5. Whose uneven lines pantomimed the inner struggles of modern life?

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