from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A slight, rough sketch which can easily be erased for correction.
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- noun art, theater A rough
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Here then was the explanation of Armour's seeming curious lack of output, and plain denial of the supposition that he spent the whole of his time in doing the little wooden 'pochade' things whose sweetness and delicacy had so feasted our eyes elsewhere.
After reading the comments here I was inspired to write up my reviews of the outdoor painting products we used: umbrellas, pochade boxes, panels, and camp chairs.
Unless the umbrella is very small, I wouldn't attach it to the pochade.
The rock I used last week needed to be considerably larger to keep the pochade tripod stable.
My umbrella is too short for me to stand under if it's poked into the ground, and tips the pochade and tripod over if it's attached to them.
Another very detailed post on "Lines and Colors" about pochade boxes.
Personally I think this is a better idea if your going to use an umbrella as those pochade boxes tend to be a little top heavy and adding more variables too help with the laws of physics is a good thing to avoid.
Phong, I think it's a Judson's Guerilla Painter pochade box.
Cristy, I already told the good folks at Open Box M pochade easels about the video, and they loved it.
Today, whils cursing my Julien half box for having all the hingescrews come loose and destroy the wood, I decided to investigate the pochade market.