Free-form style

Free-form style

(1965–1973)
A style relating to organic and biomorphic forms, such as kidney and boomerang shapes as opposed to rectangular or circular shapes produced by the compass. These forms were also popular in applied arts and the design of furniture.
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DecisionPoint[TM] For Excel offers a fast, easy way of transforming a dull block of Excel data into real business insights by simply selecting some spreadsheet data to work with and then dragging-and-dropping a wide range of grid, graph and map components to lay out a dashboard, free-form style - with no-coding.
I go for a more free-form style, which is easier to maintain than regimented beds and much more restful on the eye.
In case you're wondering, Falderal means nonsense or whimsy - a deliberately wide-open non-theme that allowed Webster to shoot off at random tangents in a seemingly free-form style.
The more structured format also can be a reassuring respite from a Web series' more free-form style.
Using a new technique for her but will known to others, a free-form style native to Japan called zuihitsu, her poetry retains the same charm that was loved in her previous anthologies, covering her experiences as lover, mother, and a mixed child of eastern and western traditions, "The Narrow Road to The Interior" is deftly and expertly written, making it highly recommended to community library poetry collections and a must have for her fans of her previous books alongside readers new to Hahn's work.
Freakout Funnies Presents I'm a Ding Dong Daddy," a two-pager that appeared in the premier issue of Zap in 1967, exemplifies the psychedelicized free-form style of the underground era.
Iraq: Providing Hope is narrated in a dynamic, free-form style, with some pages and paragraphs devoted to one speaker then jumping to another and another, not a straightforward chapter style in which each narrative is independent of the other.
Combining four of Pazienza's strips but failing to develop a tangible plot, this ambitious adaptation makes much of its nervous editing and camerawork, its trippy, free-form style and edgy cast, but never engages on a narrative level, spelling problematic commercial prospects locally and moderate festival attention elsewhere.
William Brayne, who'd shot all of Wiseman's previous pictures, from Law and Order through Manoeuvre (1979), had a marvelously gritty, free-form style.
Originally draughted in to the Monty Python team, after serving an apprenticeship on Python precursor Do Not Adjust Your Set, to provide the links between sketches Gilliam's animations soon took on an identity of their own, wildly surreal, often savage, deliriously imaginative they contributed much to the Pythons' free-form style of humour.
We also see that because of al-Samawi's considerable usage of history and traditions, as well as abstract ideas, and his use of free-form style, his poetry has a timeless quality.
Representing the purely artistic side of the 3D animation spectrum is Betsy Kopmar; painter, artist, animator and instructor at Ex'pression College for Digital Arts, who used MAXON's CINEMA 4D in a free-form style to create her film Night Fishing with Cormorants, selected by the Chair of the Computer Animation Festival for inclusion in the Visual Music category.