This tutorial explores some of the common ways of making art on paper.
A work of art made by marking lines, usually with a pen, pencil, or other instrument, on a sheet of paper.
The opposite of relief, in which the lowest parts of the printing plate receive ink and the paper is pressed into them. Engraving is a form of intaglio printing.
Sensitive to light.
The production of images using photosensitive materials on a sheet of paper or metal.
The production of works of art by pressing a sheet of paper against some sort of printing block, often with the help of a printing press.
A type of printmaking, such as woodblock, in which the paper comes into contact with the highest parts of the surface of the printing plate.
Drawings, prints, photographs, and other two-dimensional works of art made on paper.