an approach of intaglio engraving which a hard steel needle can be used to incise outlines in a metal, often copper-plate, using the rough burr on edges of the incised lines frequently retained to create a velvety black colored tone in printing.
An engraving or print made making use of this method.
an acid-free etching created by direct cut into a metal or clear acrylic plate with an etching scribe.
A steel tool or etching-needle with a-sharp point, utilized by etchers to cut fine outlines on copperplates from where the etching-ground has been eliminated.
the entire process of engraving with the dry-point.
a print created by dried out point engraving
a steel needle for engraving without acid on a bare copper-plate