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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of stylize.
- adj. made to conform to some style
- adj. represented according to some convention, rather than in a realistic or literal manner
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- adj. using artistic forms and conventions to create effects; not natural or spontaneous
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But given the consistency of the experiences — all stylized from a very narrow range of tangible, visual, aural and also linguistic sensations — they certainly seemed both like distinguishable “parts”, and like wholly opaque, independent “entities”.
His models strutted into this Old World tradition wearing red and black coats with abstract patterns, dresses in stylized tweed, reconceived motorcycle jackets, paneled dresses with harnesslike overlays, and mannish loafers with silver-studded soles.
The puppetry here, although stylized, is far less technically detailed and routinized, leaving the power of the story more vested in its creepy images than the actual physical performance of any of the puppeteers or puppets.
Similar in stylized hypocritical concept to the new 2007 feature film Double Down with Neil Breen.
Um, I think I'm the only one to use the word stylized Frank and it's a way to describe traditional methods of describing something visually relying on something other than observation.
Provoking intense suffering and displaying that suffering in stylized, almost ritualized ways became the dominant mode for this culture to define personal and civic virtue, as well as universalized humanity.
Some segments suffer from being too short (Gus Van Sant’s part, the only story involving gay men), too pointless (Alfonso Cuarón’s single take of Nick Nolte yammering away to a French dolly), or too weird (a courtship told in stylized mime).
The design of his animated figures here recalls the stylized outlines of children's books, perhaps purposefully.
Do you think that a "stylized" version of the story could be offensive?
Maybe he wanted to shoot on film and prefers the more "stylized" look of 2D processed into 3D.