In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Texture the Copper clay by stippling with the ball tip stylus.
- Using two small jewelry tags, stipple using olive and brown inks.
- Given an obfuscatory title and presented in the gallery as a photographic triptych with arty cursive and stippled lines all over it, the work defied interpretation but invited formal analysis.
- Alex said that he paints during his sleepless periods and is at work on a large canvas depicting a car using using a stippling technique.
- Often, too, she uses a stippled line that releases the contour of an object from the burden of carrying the whole depiction.
- 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.
- Occasionally producing abstracted images of mesmeric beauty, constituted by surfaces overlaid with countless dots and stippling influenced by both Zulu beadwork and Impressionism, he is, however, also prone to awkward figuration.
- The yellow ochre stippled walls inside and the cream with green accents outside on the verandah all help to produce a warm and inviting ambience.
- By the mid-'60s, rather than painting dots by hand or stippling them with a dog-grooming brush as in some of his earlier works, he began to employ a dot stencil that he made by drilling holes in a sheet of aluminum.
- I over-stamped the Small Leaf with gold ink randomly on the frame, stamped the Dots and then stippled some color along the edges.
- Charcoal shading adds the depth and substance, and Mark's hair is stippled in to give the ‘cropped’ look.
- The exposed gold could then be stippled or grained to suggest the shimmer of the threads of the textile.
- The tip is painted fluorescent orange whilst the body is stippled using a piece of sponge with emerald green.
- Shearing surfaces are shown with a pattern of short grey lines, while broad crushing surfaces are stippled in grey.
- Instead, I peered up at my ceiling which I'd stippled myself.
- It also came with built-in wardrobes - the louvred kind - stippled ceilings and woodchip wallpaper, which all seemed so smart and modern in 1978.
- The molded grip has a combination of stippling and checkering, in addition to finger grooves, while the matte black finish of the entire gun enhances its ‘real firearm’ looks.
- The body is then stippled with a sponge soaked in black paint to give the body a mottled effect.
- I finally regained my sanity and stippled gold and copper acrylic paint on the back of each piece.
- A wide variety of decorative painting techniques such as sponging, rag-rolling, and stippling can add a creative touch to your project.
- To add depth, stipple the card stock with black ink.
- I remember waking up one cold and frosty Christmas morning, and after drawing back the blackout curtains the light shone on to the pale green stippled walls of my bedroom, and I saw my stocking hanging on the corner of the fireplace (no fire).
- The flattened back strap and grip surfaces were stippled and coated in OD, as was the slide, which was fitted with AmeriGlo's triple-tritium dot, ghostring-and-post sight set.
- I demonstrated first and then had the students try painting exercises such as stippling, wash, wet wash, glazing, scrubbing and applying strokes with the point, side and heel of the brush.
- I like to stipple the black paint with a green paint to produce a nice camouflaged body.
- Additional colors can be incorporated into the color scheme by stippling the paint or wash on, rather than off.
- The artist's deftly stippled, textured works resemble blurry travel photographs of exotic locales, snapshots taken in a time before mass tourism and Club Med.
- The intaglio printmaking techniques are engraving, drypoint, etching, aquatint, stipple, mezzotint and are discussed in part two of this article.
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