brush mark

brush mark

A small ridge or valley produced in a paint film by the combing action of the bristles of a brush.
References in periodicals archive ?
Using a styling cushion brush Mark swept Millie's hair back towards the crown and secured it into a high ponytail using a covered band.
A team turning out at St James' Park in redand-white stripes could light the touch paper and produce fireworks and I am going to take Alan Pardew's side at 15/8 to brush Mark Hughes' Potters aside by winning at half-time and full-time.
While set apart by their seemingly incompatible subject matter, the two bodies of work share an important feature: Both rely heavily on the brush mark or "trace," a concept familiar in ink-painting connoisseurship.
To put ideas on it -- a brush mark this big," she indicates the length of a finger, "is a bold stroke.
Dust, desert plant life and a few patches of heavy brush mark the Santa Clarita Valley's dry riverbeds, a scene that means disastrous flooding to federal, state, county and city officials.
At one point, I had to work to make a certain kind of brush mark Now, I think it and it happens.
Repair performance (sometimes also called lapping) is the amount of time that a brush mark from a wet brush applied across a brushed drying coat of paint will flow out to form a single-coat film.
At the same time, it plays a sensuous concert around the theme of the painting's close physical relation to the object that it represents, brush mark to chrysanthemum petal, colorful woven tapestry to pigment-laden canvas surface.
Heng's obstinate pictures have changed very little over the years, except that they have become more luminous and more clearly calculated--not a stray brush mark or a single nuance missed.
There usually are several parallel defects that may appear to be brush marks, but usually go all the way to the undercoat.