That filling up which represents the effect of more or less darkness, expressing rotundity, projection, etc., in a picture or a drawing.
Apparent color shade difference between areas of the same carpet caused by normal wear and/or random difference in pile lay direction. It is a characteristic of cut pile carpet. It is not a manufacturing defect.
Shading is a modification of a color that is made by adding complementary colors or small amounts of black.
Assigning surface properties to an object.
Excessive color difference from side to side.
showing change from light to dark or dark to light in a picture by darkening areas that would be shadowed and leaving other areas light. Shading is often used to produce illusions of dimension and depth (see illustration).
Invariably linked with tone, shading usually refers to the way areas of shadow are represented in a drawing or painting.
Slight differences in the color of shingles that occur during manufacturing.
The use of lines or other marks to represent relief or depth in drawing or painting.
Gradation of tone or filling in areas through shadows.
graded markings that indicate light or shaded areas in a drawing or painting
an area in which the color changes smoothly between different colors
In finishing, transparent color used for highlighting and uniform color.
Shading makes the model darker in certain areas in order to reinforce natural shadow. Models can be actively shaded by washing them with ink or paint, or by blending a darker color with the base color. Models can be passively shaded by building up colors from a very dark basecoat.
How colors on a surface vary, based on where light strikes the model's surface (creating a lighter color) and where light does not strike the model's surface, or where the model's surface is in the shadows (creating a darker color).
Darkening an areas (shadows) to give the illusion of space and depth.
To add color or lines to an image to give the effect of volume or shadow.
Surface shadows on an object used to indicate form
slight differences in surfacing color, such as shingle granule coloring, that may occur as a result of manufacturing operations.
Heavier ink coverage on one side of the strip than the other which can increase the visibility of seams of textured wallpaper. Reversing each strip can reduce the impact of shading. Dark edges will thus butt to dark edges and light to light minimizing the shading.
In drawing and painting, the variations from light to dark in a work. Also the creation of this effect.
A change in the appearance of a carpet due to localized distortions in the orientation of the fibers, tufts or loops. Shading is not a change in color or hue, but a difference in light reflection.
The creation of darker areas of an object in your painting that could be caused by the shape of the object, a recession of the area or something casing a shadow on your object.
applying color variations to points or triangle vertices based on normal vectors to properly display the appearance of a three-dimensional object with lighting
The variation of the brightness or relative illumination over the surface of an object, often caused by color variations or surface curvature.
Using different shades of the same colour to create an impression of 3D. Shading is used to exaggerate the natural shadows and highlights created by the figure's shape, and thereby compensate for its small size. It consists of highlighting and shadowing.
Slight differences in shingle color that may occur as a result of normal manufacturing operations.
Crushing or bending of pile fibers so that reflected light from the side (rather than from the top) gives the illusion of a light spot on the rug; viewed from the opposite side of the rug or carpet, the spot will appear dark. Shading is characteristic of all cut pile fabrics, including upholstery materials and clothing or apparel fabrics.
A painted-on shadow which is applied to recessed areas on masks and props to deepen a relief effect.
A change in the appearance of a carpet due to distortions in the orientation of fibers, tufts or loops that make up the carpet pile. This is not an actual change in the color of the carpet, but a difference in light reflection.
To help with classifying the various colors of teeth, shade guides exist for the use of dentists.
When clouds, trees or buildings cast shadows on a solar plant, this leads to reduced yields and, in rare cases, can cause damage through hot spots . This shadowing is not deliberate. Transparent solar cells can also be installed for shading in conservatories in addition to energy production. In this case the shading is intentional.
A dark and light appearance that sometimes occurs in darker asphalt shingles, due to the slight differences in manufacturing combined with the diffusion of light.
In general, the difference in color across a surface due to different surface characteristics and lighting. Shading includes the materials of a surface, and the lighting of a surface.
A term referring to a gradual variation in coat color, typically from back to belly
(v) A rendering technique simulating the effect of light on the surface of an object. The angular relationship between the light and the surface results in a variance in the value (darkness/lightness) of the surface. Abrupt changes in value typically indicate an edge between surfaces (faces).
Shading refers to depicting depth in 3D models by varying levels of darkness.