line weight


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line weight

Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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"When we first started coming up here, I used the heaviest mono I could buy, thinking line weight somehow correlated to the size of the fish I'd catch.
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The (https://www.apple.com/apple-pencil/) $99 accessory is sensitive to pressure and tilt, which allow users to vary line weight, create subtle shading and create other artistic effects.
You might have to run a solvent patch followed by a dry patch down from the muzzle end first to fish the Bore Snake line weight through from the breech, but done carefully, you will not damage the muzzle or crown.
Overall head length is 38.5 and depending on line weight, rear taper from 5.5 to 6.5 feet.
This also allows us to put the brightwork on the body and to play with its line weight. When it is tied to a door, the construction section of the door frame dictates the width of the brightwork.
Here, they were flat pieces that started out as line drawings--I just played with line weight to make them look three-dimensional.
SLOW LANE: At finish line WEIGHT FOR ME: Savannah thunders in miles behind rivals
Highly sensitive pen provides for a great deal of line weight flexibility
Line weight hierarchy is produced when the designer uses a variety of line widths in a drawing.
The layout, the organization, even the line weight and typefaces were chosen by experts to be easily read on a half sheet of easy-to-scan paper.
If a test line is detected, a positive result is returned, along with a line weight score of 0.5 (light) to 4.0 (heavy).