- 1A thin board or slab on which an artist lays and mixes colours.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- The artist's easel, paint box, palettes, paintbrushes and dried tubes of paint occupied a corner.
- The inventory of the contents of his studio made for probate purposes after his death lists a few standard items of equipment - easels, palettes, canvases - but nothing to hint at any unusual working method.
- The portrait is dominated by her own image, holding a palette and a paintbrush in her hands.
- 1.1The range of colours used by a particular artist or in a particular picture: Pollock’s hard, bright paletteMás ejemplos en oraciones
- His minimalist style of drawing and limited palette of colours are far from painterly, however.
- In this, the colour palette is darker and the drawings simpler and more stylised.
- Its restrained palette, the sinuous, loopy drawing, and the interplay of seemingly simple forms and planes present a highly cerebral visual game.
- 1.2The range or variety of tonal or instrumental colour in a musical piece: he commands the sort of tonal palette which this music needsMás ejemplos en oraciones
- His dazzling virtuosity and sweeping tonal palette made the music truly live.
- His musical palette constantly overflows with colour, never garish yet sometimes opulent and sometimes sombre.
- She manages beautifully subtle shifts in tempo without crossing over into the soupy, and she applies a large palette of tonal color tastefully.
- 1.3(In computer graphics) the range of colours or shapes available to the user.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- The first lesson details the basics, such as the minimum requirements, and customising the work area, palettes and user interface.
- For example, using tool palettes, users can apply the Door tool to openings, windows and door and window assemblies, converting those objects to door objects.
- As I mentioned before, most of the useful tools are available as tabbed palettes, and this includes several image transformation tools.
late 18th century: from French, diminutive of pale 'shovel', from Latin pala 'spade'.