Translation of freehand in Spanish:


a mano alzada, adv.

Pronunciation /ˈfriˌhænd//ˈfriːhand/

adverb & adjective

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    a mano alzada
    a mano libre
    • We're going to work freehand as well as with a few stencils - we might try the idea in the book of using chalk dust, or we may just use the chalks as-is.
    • The graph has been drawn freehand, with two spidery black lines crawling across white paper.
    • The power of the computer enables them to make intricate geometric shapes quickly and easily that would be extremely difficult - if not impossible - to do freehand.
    • Photographs and text are supplemented by explanatory freehand sketches by the author which give a clear explanation of the engineering concept of each design.
    • Over the years I've learned that warnings written freehand in felt marker, blood, or lipstick carry far more weight than professionally-printed signs.
    • These pens are perfect for spontaneous freehand sketches as well as ink drawings with precise detail.
    • They learn by visiting the campus, taking field measurements, making freehand sketches, and documenting their research in digital media.
    • Besides cropping or rotating, you can add text or freehand drawings to your photos, say, to make personalized postcards.
    • The term refers to freehand brushwork in traditional Chinese painting characterized by vivid expression and bold outlines.
    • He starts by drawing a pen line freehand, something which can only be interpreted as a line of ink.
    • With a shape that resembled a crystal formation, the sculpture was surrounded by a freehand drawing showing an aerial view of the city with its jumble of ancient monuments, modern buildings and winding streets.
    • Some artists use a stencil to transfer the design to the skin, others draw freehand.
    • The intricate work, based on Victorian romantic decoration, was all done freehand using house paint.
    • Custom tattooing (like freehand drawing without a stencil) is increasingly popular with customers, especially those with multiple tattoos.
    • Each student then chose one of these thumbnail sketches to enlarge to a predetermined size and drew freehand on a piece of black construction paper.
    • But where normal graffiti is executed freehand and as a one-off, stencil graffiti combines the Pop Art ethos of multiples with an aesthetic that mimics the punchy signage favoured by authority.
    • ‘I create them by freehand before transferring the designs to a computer,’ he said.
    • Alluding to the tradition of Chinese landscape painting, these freehand images attempt a clear fluid action, a trusting precision in placement, colour and weight of application of the brush.
    • As is characteristic of Johns's graphic work of this time, the drawings feature freehand scribbles, carefully limned curves, erasures and tonal blurring.
    • In Germany in the sixteenth century the Briefmaler, or print colorist, either used stencils to cover predetermined portions of a print or executed the coloring freehand.