(n.) In computer graphics, combining two color components into one, usually as a linear interpolation between the two components. The alpha value helps determine how the components are combined.
Fusing two color planes together so no discernable sharp divisions are apparent.
Spray paint technique for effecting spot repairs and colour matching without leaving telltale lines.
means smoothing together word parts to recognize a word.
the act of blending components together thoroughly
a gradation involving small or imperceptible differences between grades
Process in which the painter feathers/layers the paint across the body panels. This procedure fades the paint from the damaged area into the original paint to ensure the new paint matches the old paint.
Process whereby paint is gradually lightened or darkened on a repair vehicle to eliminate spottiness.
Blending is a technique used to blend two colors or tones together. The smoothness of a blend refers to the seamlessness of the transition between one color and the next.
Reduction of two color components to one component, usually as a linear interpolation between the two components.
A technique of shading through smooth, gradual application of dark values
In painting, the gradation of color so that two hues or values merge imperceptibly. Can be achieve using a variety of drawing and painting techniques.
a technique of applying one layer of color over another layer of color and the combining of the two or more colors together creates a new color. A tortillon, solvents,erasers, blending pencils, or blending ink pens can be used to blend and smooth out the colored pencil layers which make the colors very bright and vivid.
A placement of colour from the softest hues graduating tone on tone to darker shades. This can be accomplished using blending pens or paint brushed dipped in water.
Blending is most commonly used with reference to academic painting to mean the blending together of separate touches of color for half tones until the graduations of tone and the marks of the brush are imperceptible.
Smoothing the edges of two colours together so that they have a smooth gradation where they meet on the oil painting.
A process of smoothing rought areas on a workpiece to ensure that their entire surface has close to the same plane or roundness and/or the same furface finish.