autotypography definition

  • noun:
    • a procedure in which drawings executed on gelatin tend to be impressed into a soft material plate, from where further images could be made.
    • an ongoing process resembling “nature printing,” through which drawings executed on gelatin tend to be impressed into a soft material plate, from which the printing is done as from copperplate.
    • Any procedure by means of which drawings, manuscripts, etc., may be transferred straight to a plate or product that impressions is taken; especially, a procedure wherein autographs executed in an unique ink tend to be utilized in a plate of zinc, that is after that etched and ready for printing on an ordinary hit. See zincography.
    • a procedure where drawings executed on gelatin are impressed into a soft metal dish, from where further images is made.
    • A process resembling “nature publishing,” wherein drawings executed on gelatin tend to be impressed into a soft steel plate, that the printing is performed as from copperplate.
    • Any procedure through which drawings, manuscripts, etc., can be transported straight to a dish or material from where impressions can be taken; especially, an activity wherein autographs executed in a particular ink tend to be utilized in a plate of zinc, that is after that etched and prepared for printing on a regular hit. See zincography.
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