fuzzy texture

fuzzy texture

A defect in a porcelain enamel surface characterized by a myriad of minute bubbles, broken bubbles, and dimples.
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A go-to plant is Festuca glauco 'Elijah Blue' for its ability to fill in spaces with a soft, fuzzy texture.
Suruliandi, "Fuzzy texture model and support vector machine hybridization for land cover classification of remotely sensed images," Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, vol.
(10) The knitted cloth is fed through a machine called a napper, which creates the fuzzy texture of the fleece.
A coat of paint or joint compound over torn paper will create a fuzzy texture. For a smooth finish, seal the torn paper.
The odorless leaves have a fuzzy texture, are without lobes, and turn a brilliant yellow in autumn.
The textures of ti leaves or shiny galax leaves provide a striking contrast to Christmas foliage or to the fuzzy texture of ming fern (see Figure 7-7).
As a group, they display foliage with the attributes gardeners have always admired in Mediterranean plants: gray green or silvery color, fuzzy texture, and often wonderfully aromatic scent.
PS65, LK at JD Williams Warm fuzzy textures are a girl's best friend on nights out.
"New Boho" highlighted earth tones in fuzzy textures, fringed details and tribal prints; while the "Modern Monochrome" collection was sleek and sophisticated with a play on black, white and gray with a contemporary mix of patterns and textures.
For everyday coats, stick to matte or fuzzy textures. But if you're looking for a glam option, experiment with sheeny finishes that have an almost reflective quality.
"Bugs in the Garden" will intrigue children age 5 and up, and they will love the fuzzy textures of the cloth and yarn embroidered illustrations.