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Texture (implied, and actual)


Texture (actual): The literal quality or feel of a thing is texture which may be physically felt. The examples above show how the feel and touch of the texture can be felt.

Texture (implied): Implied texture is texture that may be seen only, as in a painting. The two examples above show that implied texture is not physical and is only to view and not to touch. Another example would be animals that have fur but it can not be felt as real fur if it is shown in a painting or something.


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