A technical dictionary of printmaking, André
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felt tip engraving
A process used by the engraver Hayter, since the Second World War, which consists
in drawing onto a clean plate (free of any grease traces) with a tip and xylol ink.
Such drawings resist the biting process for a short span of time. Due to this
characteristic the results of felt tip work depend on the amount of ink deposited on the
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