Vocabulary for Drawing Materials, Styles & Techniques

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If your graphite drawing pencil has 9H written on it, you can expect the pencil to be _____.

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1. What are two qualities of paper you need to consider when selecting one to draw on?

2. Which of the following types of erasers used in drawing does NOT use friction to erase marks?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Designed to test your comprehension of the vocabulary used to describe drawing styles, techniques and materials, this quiz/worksheet combo includes five questions. Take a minute to answer questions about which type of eraser used for drawing doesn't use friction to erase, what you'd expect from a 9H graphite drawing pencil and the similarities between stippling and hatching.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use this short quiz to assess your understanding of:

  • What you'd expect from a graphite drawing pencil with 9H written on it
  • Two qualities of paper you need to consider when choosing one to draw on
  • Which type of eraser used in drawing doesn't use friction to erase marks
  • What the drawing techniques of stippling and hatching have in common
  • The difference between non-representational drawing and abstract drawings

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the two qualities of paper that should be considered when selecting one to draw on
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer a question about a kind of eraser that doesn't use friction to erase
  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as non-representational drawing and abstract drawings

Additional Learning

Access our short lesson titled Vocabulary for Drawing Materials, Styles & Techniques to learn more about this subject. It's been created to make it easy to complete these goals:

  • Outline the different kinds of ink pens
  • Identify the ink designed to resist fading for many years
  • Detail what softer pieces of charcoal used for drawing are called
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