Scumble


WORD OF THE DAY
Scumble SKUM-bəlPart of speech: verbOrigin: Unknown location, late 17th century
1[With object] ​​modify (a painting or color) by applying a very thin coat of opaque paint to give a softer or duller effect.2Modify (a drawing) with light shading in pencil or charcoal to give a softer effect.
 
Examples of Scumble in a sentence “Today’s online art lesson will teach students how to scumble.” “Pablo decided to scumble the sharp lines in his painting.”