Form/Value Review Name 1. Define form 2. Define value 3. Before value shading a form, what important bit of information is necessary? 4. Describe what a tondo is. 5. What is the major difference between form and shape? a. Shape is flat and form is not b. Form is flat and shape is not c. Shape is 2-D and form is 3-D d. Both a & c 6. To achieve a sense of form, this element is necessary a. Color b. Shape c. Value d. Texture 7. These two characteristics distinguish the ebony pencil from the regular #2 school pencil a. Ebony is harder and creates lighter values b. #2 pencil is softer and creates darker values c. Ebony is softer and creates darker values d. Both a & b Form and Value Review II Name 8. List and define the characteristics of chiaroscuro _____ Highlight A. The area from which light is being cast onto the object _____ Light/Shadow B. The darkest value present, anchors the object to the ‘ground’ _____ Light Source C. Light that is cast on the object from an area other than the light source _____ Core of the Shadow D. Values on the object that are between the lightest & darkest _____ Reflected Light E. The lightest value present on the surface of the object _____ Cast Shadow F. The darkest value present on the surface of the object 9. Properly value shade the shape to turn it into a form. Each line points to an aspect of chiaroscuro – label each part on the line provided.