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    Default Artistic Preference Scales: Art Test

    Link is here.

    Found this and thought it was quite interesting. It's a short test that measures our preferences in visual art.

    My score. I have to say, most of the artworks they included on the test weren't really my preferred style, yet I can still identify these results in my own style of artwork.


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    I think I prefer more linear works of art. I probably just scored the way I did for other reasons.
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    Your score for Linear vs. Painterly was 9. This indicates you have a strong preference for painterly works. In painterly works the brush stokes will be visible, this contrasts with linear works where shapes are bounded by lines and the goal is a photo-realistic depiction.

    Your score for Realistic vs. Abstract was 3. This indicates you have a small preference for abstract works.

    Your score for Masculine vs. Feminine was 2. This indicates that you have a slight preference for works of art that depict subjects stereotypically of interest to females (e.g. women in dresses, etc.) as opposed to subjects stereotypically associated with males (e.g. fighting, machines, ships, architecture, etc.).
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    Also the descriptions:
    Your score for Linear vs. Painterly was -4. This indicates you have a moderate preference for linear works over painterly ones. In linear works, the artists depicts clear shapes bounded by lines and attempts to achieve photorealism. This contrasts with a painterly style where the brush strokes will be visible.

    Your score for Realistic vs. Abstract was 10. This indicates you have a strong preference for abstract works.

    Your score for Masculine vs. Feminine was -10. This indicates that you have a strong preference for works of art that depict subjects stereotypically of interest to males (e.g. fighting, machines, ships, architecture, etc.) as opposed to subjects stereotypically associated with females (women in dresses, etc.).
    Neat. Like Lotus, though, often neither of the images were to my tastes.
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    Scores on each scale range from -16 to +16.

    Your score for Linear vs. Painterly was 6. This indicates you have a moderate preference for painterly works. In painterly works the brush stokes will be visible, this contrasts with linear works where shapes are bounded by lines and the goal is a photo-realistic depiction.
    Your score for Realistic vs. Abstract was 8. This indicates you have a strong preference for abstract works.
    Your score for Masculine vs. Feminine was -11. This indicates that you have a strong preference for works of art that depict subjects stereotypically of interest to males (e.g. fighting, machines, ships, architecture, etc.) as opposed to subjects stereotypically associated with females (women in dresses, etc.).
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    This is the only art test I recognize.

    A path is made by walking on it.

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    Scores on each scale range from -16 to +16.
    Your score for Linear vs. Painterly was 5. This indicates you have a moderate preference for painterly works. In painterly works the brush stokes will be visible, this contrasts with linear works where shapes are bounded by lines and the goal is a photo-realistic depiction.
    Your score for Realistic vs. Abstract was 1. This indicates you have a small preference for abstract works.
    Your score for Masculine vs. Feminine was -8. This indicates that you have a strong preference for works of art that depict subjects stereotypically of interest to males (e.g. fighting, machines, ships, architecture, etc.) as opposed to subjects stereotypically associated with females (women in dresses, etc.).
    Yeah! I'm a MAHN!

    There were a lot of them where I liked both equally.
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