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stippled drawing


tr.v. stip·pled, stip·pling, stip·ples
1. To draw, engrave, or paint in dots or short strokes.
2. To apply (paint, for example) in dots or short strokes.
3. To dot, fleck, or speckle: "They crossed a field stippled with purple weeds" (Flannery O'Connor).
1. A method of drawing, engraving, or painting using dots or short strokes.
2. The effect produced by stippling.

[Dutch stippelen, frequentative of stippen, to speckle, from stip, dot, from Middle Dutch.]

stip′pler n.


n. punteado, condición de apariencia con manchas.
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Lovely it was,' went on Maud, dully conscious of failure, but stippling in like an artist the little touches which give atmosphere and verisimilitude to a story.
We've covered OT's nifty stippling kits before, but Micah, the young military vet owner, is so full of energy and eager to listen to how to grow his business, I thought it was right to shed some light on what he's doing again.
He's a master of detail and his stippling technique and skilled use of Micron pens makes his work come alive--truly sick stuff.
By far, the two most common types of customization done to M&P pistols have been trigger jobs and increasing the texturing of the grip area, usually through stippling.
0 feels as aggressive as hand stippling with a soldering iron.
Based on the report there was no soot or stippling, which means he was shot from a distance,' according to PNP-CL medicolegal office officer in charge, Jane Monzon.
On some guns the stippling looks like it was done by a drugged out woodpecker but the Sterling's is absolutely perfect--the little dimples are evenly spaced and of uniform depth.
Control is further aided by stippling panels on the fore-end and pistol grip.
All completed areas must be cleansed to a standard that does not leave any unsightly striping or stippling effects that can occur if cleansing is uneven.
Tangle of Lights is a simple combination of Stippling and straight line stars.
1) Foundation stippling brush: Liquid and cream foundations are usually applied with your fingers or with a sponge (Beauty Blender sponge is recommended).