Definitions for "Texture"
Keywords:  tactile, grainy, rough, silky, illusion
The act or art of weaving.
That which woven; a woven fabric; a web.
Surface quality of an artwork. A sculpture has a real texture; a painting can create simulated texture.
To form a texture of or with; to interweave.
A term used to describe the vertical character of a musical passage, especially how the voices interact. One speaks, for example, of monophonic, homophonic, and polyphonic textures.
The musical weave of a composition, such as homophonic or contrapuntal
Keywords:  silt, coarse, wooly, clay, sand
How something feels (the amount of sand, silt and clay particle in the particular soil.
In landscape design, texture is the perceived surface quality of an object. The texture of a plant's foliage or bloom can be perceived as coarse, medium or fine. For soils, texture refers to the proportions of sand, silt and clay present.
in relation to soil, how much sand, silt, and clay that soil contains; it is used to describe the coarseness or fineness of the soil
Keywords:  polygon, wally, wad, bitmap, geometry
A graphical image which adds complexity and appearance. Most newer video cards are able to support textures up to 2048*2048.
Textures are 2D skins that are wrapped around a 3D frame too allow, for example, a polygon head to have facial expressions portrayed upon it.
An image file that can be assigned to geometry in the world. Materials are also sometimes referred to as Textures. For more information on Textures, see the UnrealTexturing document.
Keywords:  cheese, softer, edam, gouda, waxy
A cheese's texture can be soft, firm, supple, waxy, open, close and so on. Texture is largely dependent on its moisture content - the softer the cheese the higher its moisture content.
Texture describes the manner of union of the particles that make up the cheese. The cheese may be open ie. with holes or close - without holes.
Largely dependent on moisture content. Harder cheeses have less moisture, softer cheeses more.
The size, shape, and arrangement of the particles that make up a rock.
The visible characteristics of a rock which include its grain size, grain orientation, rounding, angularity or presence of vesicles.
Size, shape and relationships between rock grains or crystals.- V ~ Z
The disposition or connection of threads, filaments, or other slender bodies, interwoven; as, the texture of cloth or of a spider's web.
something composed of closely interwoven elements; specifically : a woven cloth b : the structure formed by the threads of a fabric
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The 'weave' of the text, how dark or light it looks from a distance far enough so that the words themselves can't be made out. Imagine putting a magazine on the wall and walking five meters away. If the lines of text and letter spacing were far apart relatively, the texture would appear lighter that if letters and lines were closer together. Texture should also be uniform, for example, a very long line of bold text can appear like a island of dark. Use your word processors print preview to check the texture.
The overall appearance of a plant in a given season, as determined by its individual structures. Examples of fine texture include Eastern Hemlock and Baldcypress in all seasons, while Bur Oak and Black Walnut exhibit bold texture in winter.
Keywords:  peel, orange, bumpy, maze, tutorial
A term used to describe the characteristics of a finished food product
The style of passages within a Maze. Characteristics like bias, river, and run describe textures.
the texture of an object defines how it looks. It's one thing to have a sphere. It's another to have a striped, bumpy, reflective sphere. A texture is composed of a pigment finish, and a normal. ( Tutorial) ( Language Reference)
a configuration of scalar fields such that the fields are everywhere in the vacuum manifold, go to a single value at infinity, and wrap around the vacuum manifold in a topologically nontrivial way
The disposition of the several parts of any body in connection with each other, or the manner in which the constituent parts are united; structure; as, the texture of earthy substances or minerals; the texture of a plant or a bone; the texture of paper; a loose or compact texture.
The arrangement of the components of the different tissues, as compact, loose, etc. ( 17)
Keywords:  mouthfeel, palate, tasting, wine, term
A tasting term for the mouthfeel of wine on the palate.
Keywords:  unpitched, sounds, pitched, mix, fit
How the sounds fit and mix together.
The organisation of layers of sounds.
Various combinations of pitched or unpitched sounds, or both.
Keywords:  fillpattern, styles, you, see
a fillpattern that you see on some styles
In materials science, texture is the distribution of crystallographic orientations of a sample. A sample in which these orientations are fully random is said to have no texture. If the crystallographic orientations are not random, but have some preferred orientation, then the sample has a weak, strong, or moderate texture.
Keywords:  wiry, harsh, thickness, soft, hair
Refers to the thickness of hair, and whether it is soft, harsh or wiry.
a composed Process and contains a number of SoundObjects
a set of lines (only) repeat with an horizontal and vertical increment
the character of the different layers of the horizontal and vertical sound
Keywords:  flush, flop, clubs, coordinated, suited
the potential of a board to produce strong hands. The greater the potential, the more texture a board has. A flop of A-8-2 of all different suits has very little texture. However, a flop of K-Q-J of clubs has lots of texture because it is coordinated (three cards that can make a straight) and suited (three cards that can make a flush).
Keywords:  vice, city, picture, sign, wall
a picture, such as a sign on a wall in Vice City
a background that creates an overall effect on the page
Keywords:  tissue, see
A tissue. See Tissue.