Here are the transitional shading exercises if you need them at home. You are only required to do the first one, but the second one is there if you want some more practice at home.
Parents, please read the section about class fees for 3D art. This class requires additional funds.
Stained Glass Terms:
Glass cutter: A tool used to score glass so that it may be broken in the desired shapes and sizes.
Flux: A substance used to aid in the fusion of metals.
Solder: A low melting metal used to join two pieces of metal together
Soldering iron: Iron used to melt solder.
Breaking pliers: A tool used to break off small pieces of glass
Pattern paper: A piece of paper used to transfer a design onto the glass.
Cutting oil: Oil used to lubricate the glass cutter.
Master pattern: The pattern used to transfer all stained glass pieces off of and is never cut up
Copper foil scissors: Scissors to cut a pattern for a copper foil project
China marker: a greasy pencil used to write on glass or ceramic
Copper foil: A thin piece of copper with an adhesive backing.
The formatting of this post is not great, so the links below will open the test and answers in a pdf.
A. Safety glasses are required at all times when doing what activities:
1 ______________________________ 2 ________________________________
3 ______________________________ 4________________________________
B. In case of injury, no matter how slight, report it to 5_____________________.
C. Never participate in 6____________________ in the Art room. This will result
in 7____________________ from class!
D. Stand to one 8____________________ when starting the grinder.
E. Do not use excessive 9_______________ while grinding, let the grinder do the work.
F. You must be shown the procedure and operation of a machine by the 10____________
11_____________________ you are allowed to use it.
G.. Do not grind 12____________________ or 13____________________.
H. When using rotating machinery, do not wear14 _______________, 15_____________, 16_________________, 17_________________, 18__________________, or 19_______________________.
I. Where is the emergency eye wash station located? 20_______________________________________________________________
J. Do not grind on the 21____________ of the grinding wheel.
K. Where is the fire extinguisher in the Art room located? 22 ________________________________________________________________.
L. 23_________ is an acid. If you get it in your eye, 24 __________ it out immediately.
M. Unless you are working in hand-building, you may not touch the 25______________.
N. You are not allowed in the kiln room when the kiln is 26 ________________.
O. According to Mrs. Larsen, horseplay means 27_______________________________!
P. Never rush or take chances. Obey 28_________ 29___________ rules at all times.
Possible answers (all of these will be used once). Some of the questions require you to know the answer and thier answer is not listed below.
aluminum side all before teacher
firing ties pressure gloves horseplay
long hair pewter removal loose clothing slab roller
Mrs. Larsen wash jewelry side lanyards
Safety test Answers
1-4. (any order): soldering, breaking glass, grinding glass, grinding jewelry
5. Mrs. Larsen
12-13. (any order) pewter and aluminum
14-19. (any order): gloves, long hair, loose clothing, ties, lanyards, jewelry
20. by the kiln room
22. in the casting area
25. slab roller
27. anything not working
Burn out: when an invested project is fired in the kiln to create an empty mold
Cast: to place molten metal in the cavity of a mold
Sprue: channel or opening in the mold which conveys molten metal to the project
Flask: a round cylinder used to create your mold
Button: a rubber disk used to hold the sprue and project in the flask
Investment: heat resistant material used to make molds for casting
Molten: liquid hot metal
Wood ring clamp: a tool used for holding rings to be filed or polished
Mandrel: wooden bar that wax may be bent around to make a round shape
Grit: abrasive particles used for grinding and polishing
Plastic: A state of clay when the clay is easily manipulated and bent.
Leather hard: A state of clay when it is still damp, but is hard and not pliable.
Bone dry: A state of clay when there is no visible moisture and the clay is hard and brittle.
Greenware: Unfired clay ready for firing.
Bisque: Clay that has been fired once.
Glaze: A coating of material applied to ceramics before firing that forms a glass-like surface.
Wedging : A method of kneading or mixing clay by hand that also removes air bubbles.
Kiln: The furnace in which ceramics are fired.
Fire : To heat a clay object in a kiln to a specific temperature.
Scratch and Slip: The technique used to join two pieces of clay together.