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crosshatch

A criss-crossed pattern used to fill in sections of a drawing to distinguish them from each other.
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It consists of an abstract engraving in the form of a deeply impressed cross-hatching carved into the bedrock at the back of the cave.
Helen Oxenbury's illustrations mix her own delightful style with more than a hint of a homage to Maurice Sendak, particularly the cross-hatching in 'Where the wild things are' and the baby in 'In the night kitchen'.
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This formal insistence continues on the level of patterning, as with The Ex-Wife's Pies and Things, 2010, in which the cabinet's striped wooden veneer, the piecrust's cross-hatching, and the kitchen floor's rectangular tiling wryly enunciate the gridded compositional structure that sustains each painting.
The cross-hatching pattern found on the plaque is also similar to designs found on 'grooved ware' pottery, which is unique to Britain and Ireland.
When this occurs, you only need to use a small wire brush to clean the softened plastic out of the cross-hatching on the tip.
The cross-hatching (lattice pattern) must be at 90 degrees, spaced at 2 or 2.
With color and computer-aided art becoming a big part of editorial cartooning, Sherffius a couple years ago scrapped the cross-hatching that used to be a prominent part of his drawing.
Or how about ignoring the yellow cross-hatching on the road so when the lights change and you're stranded in no-man's land, you can pass the time by quietly blushing as angry drivers make offensive gestures towards you.
Last week, the contractors were finally identified after a workman was spotted applying new yellow lines and cross-hatching in South Gyle Crescent.
Into the design, students incorporate the value techniques of gradation, pointillism, cross-hatching, and parallel lines.
While Garfinkel's ideas are plausible, indeed compelling, readers may question individual identifications--does a triangle with cross-hatching really represent a net-covered structure (p.