Care must be taken not to add much water to the stippling color, or the stippling will be wiped off when the rag is used over it.
stippling and hatching are applied to the flesh and to the folds of the draperies.
The stippling color is best made from some good Vandyke brown, and it may also be made from burnt umber in distemper.
stippling: more or less as shading or value effect or border.
The best colour we reach is got by stippling; but this not quite right.
The best color we reach is got by stippling; but this is not quite right.
After the stippling the graining may be done in oil by wiping out.
There has been too much credit taken by the Neo-Impressionists for the discovery of this stippling technique.
His style was broad and simple, with tints beautifully laid, without resort to stippling.
The graining may be done with or without stippling, but if the stippling is well done it will improve it.
stippling stip·pling (stĭp'lĭng)
A speckling of a blood cell or other structure with fine dots when exposed to a basic stain as a result of the presence of free basophil granules in the cell protoplasm.
The orange-peel appearance of normal gums.