Domain 3.0 Understanding Adobe Illustrator


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DOMAIN 3 QUIZ

  1. Use the image to the right to identify the
    Illustrator Graphic Icon for A.

  2. Swatches
    Color
    Color guide
    Brushes

  3. Use the image to the right to identify the
    Illustrator Graphic Icon for B.

  4. Color
    Art Boards
    Color Guide
    Swatches

  5. Use the image to the right to identify the
    Illustrator Graphic Icon for C.

  6. Swatches
    Artboards
    Characters
    Color

  7. Use the image to the right to identify the
    Illustrator Graphic Icon for D.

  8. Paint
    Symbols
    Characters
    Brushes

  9. Use the image to the right to identify the
    Illustrator Graphic Icon for E.

  10. Symbols
    Brushes
    Characters
    Options

  11. Use the image to the right to identify the
    Illustrator Graphic Icon for F.

  12. Lines
    Brushes
    Stroke
    Width

  13. Use the image to the right to identify the
    Illustrator Graphic Icon for G.

  14. Color
    Gradient
    Shade
    Transparency

  15. Use the image to the right to identify the
    Illustrator Graphic Icon for H.

  16. Appearence
    Gradient
    Shade
    Transparency

  17. Use the image to the right to identify the
    Illustrator Graphic Icon for I.

  18. Shade
    Gradient
    Appearence

    Transparency

  19. Use the image to the right to identify the
    Illustrator Graphic Icon for J.

  20. Graphic Styles
    Graphic Images
    Styles
    Graphics

  21. Use the image to the right to identify the
    Illustrator Graphic Icon for K.

  22. Artboards
    Links
    Stacks

    Layers

  23. Use the image to the right to identify the
    Illustrator Graphic Icon for L.

  24. Artboards
    Links
    Stacks

    Layers

  25. When placing an image on an artboard what is the best method to use?

  26. open
    import
    place
    setup

  27. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of bezier curves? (Help Me)

  28. The most basic Bézier curve is made up of two end points and control handles attached to each node.
    The control handles define the shape of the curve on either side of the common node.
    The path defines the shape of the curve on either side of the common node.
    A Bézier (bez-ee-ay) curve is a curved line or path defined by mathematical equations.

  29. Look at the image below and identify the Bezier curve elements:
    bezier curve

  30. A = anchors, B = paths, and C = control handles
    A = paths, B = control handles, and C = anchors
    A = paths, B = anchor points, and C = control handles
    A , B and C are all path elements