Print-making By: Anais Garlington


aquatint-Print resembling a water color

Brayer-used to spread ink or push down

Burnisher-used to polish

Burr-used to fix rough edges

Collagraph-materials are applied to rigid substrate

Drypoint-made for a plate

Edition-copies of something

embossing- carve,mold

Engraving-cut or carve

Etching-producing etched plates

Frottage-combining shapes and textures

Gouge-a chisel with concave blade

Created By
Anais Garlington


Created with images by Thomas Shahan 3 - "Lynd Ward - Wood Engraving for Alec Waugh's "Most Women..." (1931)"

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