Restorative 5

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Restorative 5
2012-04-17 11:47:54
Restorative Art

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