Halftone

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Halftone

An engraving used to print an illustration, such as in a book or magazine. This word is most common in publishing.
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All subjects were randomly selected and grouped as HIV-negative (control group) (n=300), HIV-infected ART naive (n = 100), HIV-infected on first line ART (n=100) and HIV-infected on second line ART (n = 100).
For the Lewis centenary in 1998, she returned to her original line art for the Narnia books and gave it washes of color.
Stories are translated into XML, color pictures are retrieved from the OPI and converted into JPEG format, while grayscale and line art are converted into GIF.
Submit slides and line art as Microsoft Office PowerPoint files, with photographs submitted as jpg or tif files.
A collection of 51 photographs portraying Dubai's glamour and glitterati are on display at The Third Line art gallery in Al Quoz at an exhibition from April 2-12.
(Fun fact: The abstracted fish alludes to Lake Region Medical's start as a fishing tackle manufacturer.) The line art is meant to imply guidewires, Lake Region's best-known product offering, while the heart was chosen to signify the company's leadership in vascular access and delivery solutions.
Artesia DAM is expected to enable HIT Entertainment to manage files for video, audio, graphics, documents, designs, Flash, line art, and still images within a secure, centralised repository, while complex metadata will allow users to conduct searches, track and maintain versions, and customise views of the user interface.
for Film/Video include: a variety of styles, such as flat cartoon, graphic novel, line art, stipple, and pen & ink; no resolution limits; with no hand masking or rotoscoping; and temporal noise reduction.
Inkscape (www.inkscape.org) Line art of amazing complexity can be crafted with this professional tool.
The magazine tells stories using intriguing cartoon-style line art blended with photographs of employees.
The packaging features a line art drawing of Austin at ease in the brew house making a toast to his fellow brewers.