Pixel Art Test 1

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What does pixel art oppose?

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Correct answer:
to the real world and hyperrealism (paintings that look like photographs)

The origins of pixel art are:

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Explanation:
Pixel art as we know it now has its roots in classic video games, particularly arcade games like Space Invaders (1978) and Pac-Man (1980), as well as 8-bit systems like the Nintendo Entertainment System (1983) and Sega Master System (1985)

Pixel art is what it's known as.

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Explanation:
Pixel art, often known as Pixel-art or simply Pixelart, is a type of digital art created with software in which images are created only through the positioning of pixels.

What is the significance of the shape of Pixel art?

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Explanation:
Because our computers were not strong enough, we had to make visuals by putting squares together.

What are the most common pixel art shapes?

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Explanation:
The basic shape used in pixel art is the square.

What is the purpose of the artist Invader's work?

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Explanation:
Invader uses a rapid and stealthy tactic. His crew uses cement or novel glues to adhere tiles to walls. Invader risks arrest if his work is considered as illegally defacing property since it is shown in a public location.

What antique technique employed bits of colorful materials in a way that resembled pixel art?

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Correct answer:
mosaic

What kind of movement may be achieved using the juxtaposition of colored dots in pixel art?

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Explanation:
When viewed from a distance, pointillism is a painting technique in which opposing color dots are organized in such a way that they appear to be blended. Nowadays, it's similar to pixels. Standing a distance away from the art work gives you the full experience of Pointillism.

What late-nineteenth-century movement can be compared to pixel art in terms of the juxtaposition of vivid elements?

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Explanation:
Short canvas strokes, color separation, concentration on the accurate representation of light and its reflections, and the choosing of common themes are all characteristics of Impressionism, a nineteenth-century art movement.

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