Stippled


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Stippled

A texture imparted to plaster with the bristles of a stiff brush, applied by driving the bristles directly at the surface, rather than by using painting strokes.
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CA tends to be larger than the SP and VV, with a broad base and a heavily stippled or cauliflower-like surface.
Stippled or densely speckled leaves mean that spider mites are present.
oak savannas, which are stippled with large deciduous' trees, the intense seasonal rains in Guanacaste produce a closed canopy with hundreds of tree species, precious little grass (except for some bamboos), and great diversity.
Each day beings with an introduction to a technique: shaded pencil, stippled ink, scratchboard, coquille board.
250-3000 masterwork is mounted with exceptional marblecake French walnut with perch-belly stock and Schnabel-tip forearm that is elaborately relief-carved with vines, leaves and grape clusters with a fine, stippled background.
The triggerguards were rounded off, and both the forward edge of the guards and the grip areas were stippled to give a surface that's tacky to the hand but allows fabric to slide over smoothly.
Bowed legs formed the double arch of the famous M, the stippled back of a nonspecific four-legged animal imitated a carton of French fries, a squat, rotund deity could be seen, on close examination, to be a hamburger on legs, and so on.
The photo is of the entire NGP staff in January 1988, and it is in the twin-volume 'Product and Process' set, complete with stippled polycarbonate slipcase, designed by Jan Kaplicky of Future Systems to go with an RIBA exhibition of the same title.
Next, with a small stencil brush, the light green paint was stippled lightly over the surface.
Boots' green mottled range has the look of green-tinged stippled glass, but is actually made from recycled plastic acrylic.
Instead of using normal cooling rolls, the sheet is extruded over a continuously rotating drum whose surface is stippled with raised knobs over which the hot melt is formed by vacuum.
By studying these, students realized that the stippled value system opened up a wide range of possibilities.