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CHAPTER IGrounding the PlateArrange
CHAPTER VPrinting Inks Making
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ball of ground bath biting bitten lines black oil blotters or old burnisher and oil callipers camel’s hair brush cardboard chalk CHAPTER clean cleanly wiped cloth copper plate Dabber and Roller dabber or roller delicate lines drypoint Egyptian asphaltum etched plate etchers fat rag feather ﬁnal ﬁne ﬁnished ﬁrst ﬁve ﬂame ﬂat fold glued grounded plate grounded side H utty hand-vise heater Hold the plate ink dabber ink slab jigger kerosene knife let it dry lightly method mosquito netting necessary nitric acid oil stone old newspapers overbitten palette knife pencil piece of tarletan Place the plate polish press bed re-bite Remove the plate retroussage rolled Roth saliva scratching sharpen sheet of tracing sketch small plate soft rags spots Sterno stopping-out varnish technique thin tone tracing paper tracing uppermost tray of water troussage turning the plate turpentine Umbria Vellum Warm the plate zinc