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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Don't stipple in your kitchen, your house will stink for days and your wife will likely not forgive you as easily as she forgave you when you stippled her hairbrush!
A whole body x-ray reported stippled vertebrae and pelvic bones.
Neutral colour scheme, furniture from eBay and Ikea, and original decor ideas make it a room to be proud of' ..From this Orange walls, every surface cluttered' EXPERT TIP A boot sale Buddha looks like expensive pewter with a matt black finish and stippled silver paint' EXPERT TIP Get extra storage under the windows with neatly stacked wicker baskets Pictures: LAUREN FLOODGATE/RED COVER
His paintings feature layer upon layer of dots that create a stippled surface, made by paint falling on to canvas.
(The theme of entrapment carries over from Flowers of Shanghai.) The stately rhythms and deep-focus, static, often symmetrical and extended shots for which Hou has been celebrated are replaced in Mambo by the throbbing, spectral beat of rave music and a nervously roving, claustrophobic camera, which employs narrow depth of field and urban sfumato--a smoky blue nightclub stippled with spots of hot red, for instance--to capture a world he finds shallow, disconsolate.
It will have a stippled grain surface and will be molded of glass-filled PP.
Internally, the ends protrude slightly to give the walls a tactile, stippled pattern and also provide support for benches.
Kingsmill's attributes of quality and freshness will further be reflected in the new pack design through the use of a more modem crown motif and a new stippled effect wrapper.
For this, Anna used a heather glaze, which was brushed on and stippled as before.
The centre of each bloom is often stippled with dark spots on the inside.
The VV, or common wart, is classically described as a white, firm, exophytic lesion with a stippled or papillary surface, and is found most commonly on the labial mucosa and vermilion border of the lips.