Verb(1) engrave by means of dots and flicks(2) make by small short touches that together produce an even or softly graded shadow, as in paint or ink(3) apply (paint(4) produce a mottled effect
(1) The technique of stipple goes back to the fifteenth century.(2) Some types of stipple rollers are actually covered with stiff, low-nap carpet.(3) The intaglio printmaking techniques are engraving, drypoint, etching, aquatint, stipple , mezzotint and are discussed in part two of this article.(4) This flattering straight cut coat is stipple quilted in 2 lengths, one just below the knee and one to above the ankle.(5) He developed a drawing method using carbon dust and a stipple board technique.(6) The adapter learned from his informant that each regular stipple of the Phoenician consonantal alphabet represented a particular recurrent syllable of the Phoenician language.(7) these pictures combine his favourite techniques├ö├ç├Âwash, line, and stipple(8) We stipple it on sparingly with a small paint brush and finish off with a soft brush - but there must never be a hole in it, lest a loose thread catches and causes damage.(9) He struck up a partnership with Cipriani and Angelica, and their repertoire of bloodless mythological scenes adorned with dimpled putti is synonymous with the art, despite the many portraits engraved in stipple .(10) Using two small jewelry tags, stipple using olive and brown inks.(11) Mix and apply bonding coat to the surface of the brickwork by brush stipple .(12) Using a stipple brush, apply metallic gold acrylic paint to edges and design of stamp to add highlights.(13) I like to stipple the black paint with a green paint to produce a nice camouflaged body.(14) In this example we have used light blue with black stipple but I prefer to use a green background paint with black stippling.(15) Josephine bought the pictures in 1807 and had them reproduced as hand-colored stipple engravings, which were then bound along with descriptions of the plants by a member of the Institut de France.(16) To add depth, stipple the card stock with black ink.
1. speckle ::
Different Formsstipple, stippled, stipples, stippling
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