Restorative Art - 5

  1. giving or casting of light
  2. type of lighting
    • incandescent
    • fluorescent
    • (both A & B)
  3. dimenstions of color illumination
    • hue
    • chroma
    • saturation
    • (all of these)
  4. property of color by which it's distinguished from others
  5. in light, color intensity or purity; synonym for intensity
  6. visual aspect indicating vividness of hue in degree of difference from gray of same lightness
  7. mixing the three primarys in light will produce..
    white light
  8. primary hues in light
    • red
    • blue
    • green
  9. secondary hues in light
    • yellow
    • blue-green
    • magenta
  10. ways mixing color illumination can be done
    • additive
    • subtractive
    • (both A & B)
  11. subtractive method used to change color in light involves...
  12. yellow light superimposed upon magenta transmits
  13. yellow light superimposed upon blue-green transmits
  14. magenta light superimposed upon blue-green transmits
  15. if all subtractive primaries are superimposed over one light source there is complete subtraction resulting in...
    • total darkness
    • no light
    • black or absense of color
    • (all of these)
  16. color of object is identified by virtue of the light rays if..
  17. hue of an object appears more vivid when seen under...
    same hue of illumination
  18. when two values or intensities of same hue are present (and same hue in illumination strikes them), larger area appears more vivid while smaller appears more "washed out"
  19. if hue of an object and illumination differ, the color of the object will either be converted into different color or be obliterated
  20. illumination of ___ hue grays the color of the object
  21. on objects of more than one hue, to avoid color change it is best to illiminate with ___ light
  22. type of light used in funeral home
    • point lighting
    • semi-diffused lighting
    • diffused lighting
    • (all of these)
  23. refers to movement of light rays in straight line from light source
    • point lighting
    • direct lighting
    • spot lighting
    • (all of these)
  24. when diffusing apparatus (i.e. lamp shade) is placed on point light, light rays bounce against it and direct path is altered to become...
    semi-diffused lighting
  25. when light rays are scattered in all directions from light source
    diffused lighting
  26. light coming in from the NORTH window of funeral home will be ___ type of light
    diffused light
  27. floor lamps employed as casket end lamps (or funeral settings)
    torchiere lamps
  28. torchiere lamp can be
    • totally indirect
    • semi-indirect
    • (both A & B)
  29. totally indirect torchiere lighting has a(n) ___ globe or bowl
  30. semi-indirect torchiete lighting has a(n) ___ bowl or globe
  31. box-like fixture extending around walls of room interior several feet from the ceiling
    cove lighting
  32. fixtures hidden from sight by recessing in wall
    alcove lighting
  33. relatively large, luminous light fixture submerged in ceiling and provides direct illumination, usually diffused
    dome lighting
  34. incandescent bulbs used as accent lights to illuminate casket or floral offerings, also found outside for sidewalks and landscaping
    • flood lighting
    • spot lighting
    • (both A & B)
  35. typically these lamps are used for supplementary lighting in funeral home with both direct and indirect illumination
    • table and floor lamps
    • (both A & B)
  36. not only is the color of an object dependant upon the hue it relfects but also upon the
    illumination it receives
  37. colored illumination may ___ of an object to make it appear drab or ugly
    completely change the hue
  38. natural light entering from the NORTH is
  39. study of materials and techniques of applying colorants to simulate natural appearance of deceased for viewing in funeral setting
  40. natural light entering room from the ___ is warm and bright, continues for many hours of the day
  41. goal of post-mortem cosmetology is achievement of a(an)
    • natural, non-cosmetic effect
    • simulating appearance of color coming from within skin
    • (both A & B)
  42. ornamental cosmetology (beyond natural skin coloring) applies to cosmetic embellishment of women of...
    • any age
    • who wore cosmetics
    • (both A & B)
  43. mortuary cosmetics are applied only to the ___ parts of the deceased
  44. cosmetic application to the decased is done to achieve
    • replace coloring lost in death, illness or embalming
    • psychologically ease grief of bereaved family
    • match wax with color of complexion
    • (all of these)
  45. coloring methods applicable to mortuary procedures
    • internal
    • external
    • (both A & B)
  46. achieved by anteriorly injecting staining dye
    internal coloring method
  47. achieved by surface application of cosmetics
    external coloring method
  48. study of materials and techniques of applying colorant to stimulate natural appearance of deceased for viewing in funeral setting
    • mortuary cosmetology
    • deserology
    • (both A & B)
  49. cosmetics are applied to the ___ parts of deceased
    • visible
    • face and hands
    • (D both A & C are correct)
  50. goal of post mortem cosmetology is the achievement of
    • natural color
    • non-cosmetic affect
    • simulating appearance of color coming from within skin
    • (all of these)
  51. cosmetology applies to cosmetic embellishment of women of any age who wore cosmetics
  52. determinative pigment of all races; color ranges from tan to brown, to black-brown
  53. yellow pigment of skin
  54. red color due to blood in arteries and veins that influences color of skin
    • hemoglobin
    • oxyhemoglobin
    • (both A & B)
  55. along with white, other color necessary to simulate skin color of all races
    • yellow
    • red
    • brown
    • (all of these)
  56. achieved by arterially injecting a staining dye with emblaming chemical
    internal coloring
  57. achieved by surface application of cosmetic
    external coloring
  58. external application of color achieved by...
    • hand
    • brush or pad
    • spray
    • (all of these)
  59. those cosmetics that flow and are not solid
  60. those cosmetics that are semi-solid
  61. those cosmetics that are solid and composed of extremely fine particles that may be loose or compressed
  62. types of external coloring media
    • liquid
    • cream
    • powder
    • (all of these)
  63. liquid and cream cosmetic media are classified as...
    • transparent or translucent
    • semi-opaque
    • opaque
    • (all of these)
  64. __ liquid and cream cosmetics are employed to conceal discolorations
  65. powder cosmetics are normally evaluated as
  66. variations of each complection type might include...
    • reddish
    • yellowish
    • brownish
    • (all of these)
  67. reddish sometimes called
    ruddy or florid
  68. yellowish
  69. brownish
    • swarthy
    • dusky
    • (both A & B)
  70. copper-like color may be caused by addison's disease, hodgkin's disease, TB, or uremic poisoning
  71. may be caused by post-mortem stain or contusion, dark reddish stain included under this color
  72. may be caused by jaundice
  73. may be caused by putrefaction or overly strong injection of embalming fluid on jaundice subject
  74. may be caused by gangrene, putrefaction or overly strong injection of embalming fluid
  75. may be caused by extreme dehydration
  76. normal skin exhibits a constant flow of color variation, skin tones change gradually from one color area to another causing ___ affect
  77. on a caucasion upper mucous membrane of lip appears __ then lower
    less red
  78. oil based cosmetics are sometimes refered to as
    greese paint
  79. cream __ of the same medium is commenly employed for the warm color areas of face and hands
  80. application of __ is necessary to absorb the oil of cosmetics and afford a dry non-shiny or wet looking surface
  81. study of active children with the flush of nude disposes of pink of cheeks located chiefly on...
    upper part of front plane of face
  82. the area of red on the cheeks of the adolescents when present occupies a(n)
    somewhat triangular space slightly lateral on face
  83. red area on cheeks of young adults is located on the...
    upper part of cheekbone
  84. red area of cheeks on middle aged adults drops to an area...
    almost in middle of cheeks
  85. area of red on cheeks of aged adults drops to...
    lower part of cheeks and occupies almost triangular space above jaw-line
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Restorative Art - 5
RA - 5