from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A sketch or first draft; a study.
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- noun art A
quickand sketchy drawing, often of a live model. Croquis drawings are usually made in a few minutes, after which the model changes pose and another croquis is drawn.
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WV: croquis: When your beloved pet croquis, you can turn him into a science project.
Ferez-vous des croquis de chevaux s'il vous plait merci
For the last commenter, I suggest creating a croquis the Threads magazine website has instructions!
Every picture tells a story, and a picture is worth ten thousand words, and "Un bon croquis vaut mieux qu'un long discours," as Napoleon once said to Josephine. enough! we get it! ed.
I love these vintage patterns even though I don't have an 18 waist like the croquis.
December 24th, 2006 at 2: 23 am fashion invades Teh Geekosphere ™ « verbal croquis
The most interesting sites were recommended to M. Lacaze, whose portfolio was soon filled with about two hundred illustrations, in oil and water-colours, pencil croquis and “sun-pictures.”
M. Lacaze brought back several Alpine plants, a small Helix which he had found near the summit, and copious scrawls for future croquis — his studies of the “Pins” and the
The sight delighted us; and M. Lacaze here made one of his most effective croquis, showing the explorers reduced to the size of ants.
Amongst them was a little exhibition of mineralogy and archaeology, maps and plans, sketches and croquis, at the Hippodrome.
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