Flashcards in 3rd Quarter Restorative Art Test 1 Deck (114)
the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color
refers to the shape of a surface structure which is recognized by its outline and surface movement
the basic form of the nose is shaped how?
the basic form of an ear is shaped how?
Form involves the following dimensions...
refers to those rays of light reflected from the surface
highlights and shadows affect
appearance of color
one thing to do to look at highlights and shadows is to look at it in....
black and white
unless at least _________ of the facial structures remain intact, no restoration is ordinarily attempted, because it may resemble a __________. This is called the ________ rule. (mayer)
the ________ may be violated in some cases.
not all restorative art involves________
types of restorative art without wax
1. external cosmetics2. internally (restorative chemicals w/ ACTIVE dyes)
______________is good to be included with permission to embalm
permission to restore
when preparing a wound using wax it must _________
be firm & dry
wounds must be ________ because you will be placing a substance and the surrounding structure should not ______
wounds should be ______because one component of wax is ________
dismembered parts should ALWAYS be attached _________________.
study of the structures and surface markings of the face and featuresa topography of the face
lack of symmetry or proportiondifferences in paired features
it is natural to be ________
the most common characteristic of each part of a feature (or face)
one eye width is the same as_______
width of the nose
anthropological classification (pg. 12)
See pages 589-605 MUST READ Embalming: history, theory, & practice
first people to practice any type of RA
practice of reading facesPlato & Aristotle all wrote about the subject of facial meanings
Chinese & mediterranean
practice of reading faces originated in______
This era took low priority; little effort to restore
middle ages to early 19th century
restoration began at the end of ___________
the Civil War (civil war era)