crosshatching


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crosshatching

(kros′hach″ing)
In the surgical repair of lacerations, a cosmetic defect in which lines across the wound ("train tracks") are left on the skin after sutures are removed.
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demonstrate an understanding of hatching and crosshatching techniques.
Making your own value scale like the one on the preceding page would be a good exercise for you if you are interested in learning the technique of crosshatching.
You'll notice we're not really concerned with crosshatching at this point but just sketching out the basic shapes.
Now it's time to begin filling in some of the shapes we've drawn--some filled completely black, others by crosshatching.
These include the use of simplified silhouette shapes, textures such as crosshatching and dots, and decorative borders around individual forms and complete works.
ENGRAVED OCHER CHIPS FOUND in South Africa's Blombos Cave in recent years feature what could be triangles, waves, fans, or maybe just fancy crosshatchings that are dated to between 77,000 and 100,000 years ago.
Voters will have to supply their own crosshatchings of gray to candidates' black-and-white claims.