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SOME COMIC STRIPS OF THE 1880s: CARAN D’ACHE, COURBOIN, FLAMBERGE, & HOW THEIR COLOURS WERE PRINTED

or, THE MOST IMPORTANT COLOUR PRINTING TECHNIQUE YOU’VE NEVER HEARD OF: RESIN GRAIN CHROMOTYPOGRAPHY. a.k.a Relief Aquatint or, BEN DAY DOTS, PART 5-&-A HALF—a predecessor to Ben Day in colour letterpress Previously on The History of Ben Day Dots: Part 1: … Continue reading

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