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Drawing Print

Drawing Print making is the process of making selective drawings by printing, normally on paper. Drawing Print is a precise reproduction of an artist's original drawing, which has captured the stunning and vibrant colors of the original artwork.

Drawing Print- Its Meaning

Drawing print process is capable of producing multiple copies of the same piece, which is called a print. Each copy is known as an impression. The drawing prints may be used and continued unofficially in the file since the drawing prints are no longer needed for a record of the drawings as originally filed. If the application is maintained in paper, the drawing prints may be retained in the paper application file. Drawing, on the other hand, create a unique original piece of artwork. Drawing prints are created from a single original surface, known technically as a matrix.

How is Drawing Print Created

Drawing print is created not directly on paper but through an indirect process of transformation. Firstly a composition takes place on another surface and then the transfer occurs when a sheet of paper, placed in contact with the surface. The original drawing, of course, should not be marked up by the inspector. Where, as in an electrical wiring application, it is desirable to identify the various circuits by different colors.

Drawing print includes some common types of matrices other than paper. Such as,

Plates of metal, usually made of copper or zinc for engraving

Stone, for lithography,

Blocks of wood for woodcuts and linoleum for linocuts and many more.

Each drawing print is considered an original work of art, not a copy. Works printed from a single plate create an edition. Drawing Prints may also be published in book form, as Artists' Books. A single drawing print could be the product of one or multiple techniques.

Drawing prints enhance our lives and stir emotion. They consciously communicate the subconscious while enriching and expanding our horizons as drawing print is wonderfully open to explanation. The use of light, shadow, shape, color and technique can hypnotize us in a single gaze.

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