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Synonyms for crosshatch

shading consisting of multiple crossing lines

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shade with multiple crossing lines

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Burarra art from the east is characterised by crosshatching over the background, solid coloured designs with ceremonial or hunting, themes.
A spline is a variation of crosshatching that is used for round casting features.
Classic problematics, including the origins of printmaking, the practice of drawing from the model, grotesques, the emergence of crosshatching as a drawing technique, selected problems and classifications regarding the main personalities of the period including Pollaiuolo, Rosselli, Botticelli, Signorelli, Ghirlandaio, Filippino Lippi, Verrocchio and Leonardo, the last mentioned a subtheme of the book, are treated in the individual papers.
Rocks, leaves, grasses, bark: all these and more lent themselves to hatching and crosshatching.
Show an example of various ways to use chalk pastels (or crayons): the side, the point, crosshatching, mixing colors, and pressing hard to get bright colors.
The front sections on the pens are detailed with delicate crosshatching and the artwork on the nib flows in fine, straight, etched lines in the axis of the pen.
The material surrounding the model, diced into small cubes as a result of the crosshatching, is separated easily from the model once the outside boundary has been broken away.
Growing the kinds of silicon germanium (SiGe) graded layers required to produce strained silicon typically poses a crosshatching problem that results in surface defects on the wafer.
The focus here is on simulated texture with students being required to incorporate in their drawings at least 10 different textures through the use of hatching, crosshatching, stippling, small circles, scales, scribble texture and more.