Relief Printing


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Relief Printing

A way to print paper in which the image is raised from the printing plate. This contrasts with gravure printing, in which the image is carved into the plate's surface.
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This method is the opposite of relief printing as, here, the ink is held in lines or depressions cut into the metal printing plate, examples being etchings, mezzotints, aquatints and line engravings.
And there is increased capacity for screenprinting, etching and relief printing.
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Through this lesson, students learn about relief printing, become more aware of objects around them, share ideas with classmates, and borrow patterns for designs.
IN RELIEF PRINTING, the design stands above the general level of the plate's surface.
New facilities include a gallery, more capacity for screenprinting, etching and relief printing and an education studio where children and adults will join workshops.
Even the youngest students can experience simple forms of relief printing, and the other traditional printmaking methods--intaglio, lithography, and serigraphy--are adaptable to meet the abilities of your students.
* design a tropical foliage motif on a relief printing plate.
To reflect such trends in our own wallpaper, our art production combines stenciling and relief printing.