Retouch (v) improve or repair (a painting, photograph or other image) by making slight additions or alterations.
"full-colour images can be retouched, enhanced, or colour-corrected"
the side of a coin, medal, etc., that does not bear the principal design (opposed to obverse).
the side of an ancient coin that was struck by the upper die.
Simulation (n) imitation or enactment, as of something anticipated or in testing.
the act or process of pretending; feigning.
an assumption or imitation of a particular appearance or form; counterfeit; sham.
Psychiatry. a conscious attempt to feign some mental or physical disorder to escape punishment or to gain a desired objective.
the representation of the behavior or characteristics of one system through the use of another system, especially a computer program designed for the purpose.
a covering for all or part of the face, worn to conceal one's identity.
a grotesque or humorous false face worn at a carnival, masquerade, etc.: Halloween masks.
anything that disguises or conceals; disguise; pretense: His politeness is a mask for his fundamentally malicious personality.
a likeness of a face, as one molded on the face in plaster.Compare death mask, life mask.
any protective covering, as paper, cardboard, plastic, or the like, used for masking an area of something, as of a photograph or window.
Also masque. a cosmetic cream, gel, paste, or the like, that is applied to the face and allowed to remain for a short time before being removed and is used for tightening, cleansing, refreshing, or lubricating the skin.
a piece of cloth, silk, or plastic material covering the face of an actor to symbolize the character being represented: used in Greek and Roman drama and in some modern plays.