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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overpaint.
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I cherish the few critique partners that will do digital overpaints, too; they're more time-consuming than words, but there's no more eloquent way to state exactly what you think should be changed about a piece than a visual demonstration.
All "are satisfied with the result of the cleaning and the beginning of retouching, although some of them would like to see certain small 'overpaints' removed."
Yellowed varnish and "disfiguring overpaints" were removed, allowing the painting's piercing colors and textures to shine.
With the new symbology infrastructure, one can now create a custome polygon symbol type that overpaints the lines numerous times.
1487-88, The Torment of Saint Anthony has been known for many years, although it has not always received proper attention due to accumulations of discolored varnish and disfiguring overpaints, which obscured the qualities of the picture's masterful execution and remarkable color palette.