Which one of the following is the main ingredient added to a colourant to produce a broken colour effect?
Which of the following paper types is used when undertaking a glaze and wipe effect?
What is the main ingredient of water borne scumble that extends the working time?
b White spirit.
c Linseed oil.
What is the reason for extending drying time when using water borne scumble?
a It makes the materials last longer.
b It keeps a wet edge.
c It makes the effect more hard wearing.
d It reduces defects.
What is the reason for mixing additional scumble
a Allow for repairs.
b Allow for spillages.
c Minimise waste.
d Save time.
What is the best method of producing uniform broken colour on broad areas with water borne coatings?
a Rush the work.
b Section off walls.
c Work slower.
d Work in pairs.
Which one of the following faults is caused by loss of wet edge when producing broken colour effects?
When applying masking tape, creepage is caused by
a lack of adhesion
b incorrect tape
c incorrect positioning
d excess tape.
Removing masking tape which is not low tack
a is quicker to remove
b pulls off previous coatings
c causes creepage
d allows crisp edges
What is the correct sequence for cleaning chamois leathers?
How should an application brush be stored after cleaning?
a Laid in a box.
b Hung up in a cupboard.
c Laid on a bench.
d Hung in a ventilated area.
A positive stencil is
a a design that includes different colours
b a design that includes only one colour
c made by cutting out the design
d made by cutting out the background of the design.
Which stencil method is described as ‘using a paper over the top and imprinting on to the paper below’?
Which one of the following materials is most suitable for sealing and strengthening stencils cut from card?
c White spirit.
Why is it important to seal all edges of a stencil?
a To prevent soaking.
b To hold ties together.
c To keep it clean.
d To stick to the surface.
What would be the best base for cutting a stencil from acetate?
a Glass sheet.
b Self healing mat.
c Wooden mat.
d Perspex mat.
Which of the following methods is the quickest way of enlarging/reducing a design on to paper?
c Illumination projection.
d Accurate measurement
Which ground coat is suitable for a Mahogany wood effect?
What is the main colourant used to produce Carrera veins?
What colourant is used with a mahogany scumble to add dark and light streaks?
a Raw umber.
b Van dyke brown.
c Yellow ochre.
d Raw sienna.
What is the purpose of a retarding agent used in water borne scumble?
a Add shine.
b Remove shine.
c Slow down drying.
d Speed up drying
Which one of the following is used with water borne scumble to prevent ‘cissing’?
a White spirit.
c Fullers earth.
Which one of the following effects is produced by a metal comb?