The outline of a shape.
A method of showing value by using parallel lines at different angles that get darker as they are drawn closer together.
The area in a work of art that an artist emphasizes.
In an artwork, the line where the ground and sky appear to meet.
A color scheme using only tints and shades of a single color.
A print made from a plate that can be used only once.
A word used for black, white, and tints and shades of gray. (Some artists use tints and shades of brown as neutrals.)
In printmaking, a piece of flat material, such as wood or metal, with a design on the surface. The plate is used to print the design.
An artwork created by making an impression of a design.
The transference of an image from one surface (plate or block) to another (usually paper) with ink. The process of making one or more prints.
A print made by covering a printing block with ink or paint and pressing paper onto the block. The areas or lines gouged out do not print. (Examples: woodcut, block print, linocut, styrofoam plate, etc.