Translation of sketch in Spanish:

sketch

bosquejo, n.

Pronunciation: /skɛtʃ//skɛtʃ/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(drawing)

      bosquejo masculine
      esbozo masculine
      (for painting, sculpture etc) boceto masculine
      (for painting, sculpture etc) bosquejo masculine
      (for painting, sculpture etc) esbozo masculine
      to make a sketch of sth bosquejar / esbozar algo
      • Her drawings ranged from postcard-sized sketches to works more than 20 feet wide.
      • Many of the images are the artist's own sketches and colored drawings.
      • A painter's preparatory sketches and drawings are his work in progress on the way to the ultimate creation.
      • As a result, a well-trained artist does not need a life model or a preparatory sketch to represent a particular subject.
      • Two separate exhibitions focus on the drawings and oil sketches of the Flemish master.
      • Carson offers sketches of songs, hints at melodies and suggests musical themes, but nothing is forced onto the listener.
      • I have also met with the painters from both traditions and learnt how the murals evolve from an initial sketch to the creation of the painting that can be several storeys high.
      • He left drawings, paintings, easels, sketches and his paints to the nation.
      • In January 1939, both painting and preparatory sketches were shown at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, where 15,000 people came to see it in the first week.
      • Most oil paintings and pencil sketches portrayed women, classical dancers and children in different perspectives.
      • The writings, poetry, sketches and drawings of the artist complement selected images.
      • He makes seemingly endless sketches and paintings of young pixies in bathing suits, skirts, and ninja outfits.
      • Since time is not spent on drawing a preliminary sketch, this painting can be finished in one 45-minute class period.
      • During the day his father tried to make as many sketches and oil paintings as possible.
      • He did this partly because these paintings were intended as sketches for more finished pictures to be done later.
      • They first draw a little sketch then transfer it to the big version by ruling a grid onto the sketch.
      • I start with melodies, instrumentals, a rough sketch of what the song's going to be.
      • After a little while, the two of us had a rough sketch for a song.
      • His studio was a montage of photographs, sketches and unfinished paintings.
      • The drawings comprise preparatory sketches and finished sheets.
      • The drawings and watercolors on exhibit vary from preparatory sketches to finished drawings depicting views in Delft that are still recognizable today.
      • Roark wearily turned through sheaves of line drawings and pencil sketches spread on the table in front of them.
      • For the exhibition Freud has chosen about two hundred oil paintings and sketches, watercolors, and drawings.
      • The best part about my job is… I get to see a creation through from pencil sketch to becoming a 3D object that you can hold and is functional.
      • During his internment in different camps, the artist made about hundred sketches and paintings until his release in 1945.
      • The soundtrack is obviously a sketch from something.
      • All that remains of the paintings are the preparatory sketches and photographs of poor quality.

    • 1.2(outline)

      esbozo masculine
      bosquejo masculine
      esquema masculine
      • He wrote six different sketches embodying different philosophical stances before settling on her ecstatic acceptance of fiery reunion in death with Siegfried.
      • This article will provide a brief biographical sketch of Barnes's life and a discussion of his legacy as a Baptist and as a teacher and writer.
      • Serious readers will value the digressions spread among the condensed descriptions of famous events and brief biographical sketches.
      • A brief biographical sketch of R.A. Bagnold is largely repeated in a more entertaining entry focused on his scientific contributions.
      • The Carillon has compiled a brief biographical sketch of each of the candidates.
      • The remaining sections provide brief and inadequate sketches of selected topics, with references to the primary literature.
      • Stewart published brief biographical sketches of the earliest Scottish chartered accountants in the second half of the 19th century.
      • Interspersed throughout are brief sketches of the lives and works of pioneers like Marconi, Edison, Ben Franklin, and Nicolai Tesla.
      • A brief biographical sketch of each author is also provided before each selection.
      • I was offering a brief biographical sketch of the life of Emmeline Pankhurst!
      • Well-crafted biographical sketches detail the accomplishments of every significant member of the cast and crew, twelve in all.
      • The authors provide a brief biographical sketch of Patillo and each subsequent pastor.
      • Additionally, brief biographical sketches are scattered throughout the book to introduce the reader to the major players in the drama that unfolded at Mobile.
      • Even relatively obscure players are accorded brief biographical sketches if there is sufficient information about them.

  • 2

    • 2.1Television Theatre

      sketch masculine
      apunte masculine
      • It's a trashy, fast-moving comedy and music venture, with the half hour mostly filled by short sketches and occasional musical interludes provided by Snoop and friends.
      • The Park Lane Players, performing arts students, will present a number of short plays and sketches around Kirkstall.
      • With actors content to sleepwalk through disjointed sketches as scene after scene goes by, the film gets less and less entertaining.
      • A lot of our first class of drama was based around short sketches with small groups of people.
      • The various scenes are actually improvisational sketches, with the performers working from a brief plot outline and creating their dialogue on the fly.
      • The program often includes comedy sketches, political satire and performances by musicians.
      • We mainly performed one act plays and comedy sketches.
      • The problem is that it is nothing more than an extended revue sketch.
      • Although the shows sometimes featured short sketches, this was not a comedy show as such.
      • In 2003, Comedy Central signed him to appear in his own weekly sketch comedy program.
      • The movie seems less like a bona-fide movie and more like a series of short comedy sketches connected by a tenuous thread of plot.
      • This conversation, I mean this whole situation, is like a comedy sketch about white people.
      • These ‘plays’ were short sketches about villagers' daily home and working lives.
      • The film runs like a series of comedy sketches rather than as a comic whole.
      • The programme will include comedy sketches written by group members, physical theatre, contemporary, jazz and salsa dance.
      • Pinter's revue sketches have never been marginal doodles.
      • They'll be the tools in your arts course who try and make a sketch comedy revue.
      • The episodes are structured like suites of sketches, each short scene comprising a comedic set-up, a droll twist and, more often than not, a punch line.
      • The novelty competition is a lighthearted short drama or comedy sketch.
      • When the actors aren't really inhabiting it and imagining, it can feel like a University revue sketch going on for hours.

    • 2.2

      breve ensayo o composición literaria


transitive verb

  • 1

    (draw)
    (scene/person) hacer un bosquejo de
    (scene/person) bosquejar
  • 2

    (outline)
    (situation/idea/plot) esbozar
    (situation/idea/plot) bosquejar

intransitive verb

  • 1

    hacer bosquejos
    hacer bocetos