What is deep etching in Photoshop?
Deep etching is what Australians call the process of cutting a foreground object out of the background of a digital image in Photoshop. This term is not used in the UK and Ireland, AFAIK, and possibly not in North America either.
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When an etching has been made, prints are made from the metal block. Very often these are not numbered. However, for collectors' items there is often a fixed number, say 200, and the individual copies are numbered, very often in the form 1/200, and so forth. Sometimes the block is then destroyed and… cannot be used again.. Sometimes, however, the block is kept and used again. If this happens there should be a clear indication that the 'print run' is that of a re-use or to use the technical term, a re-strike. One common way of doing this is to use Roman numerals for the re-strike.. The whole area can sometimes be problematical. There are analogies with vintage photographs.. I hope that this helps.. Joncey. It had always meant the addition of another image at the foot of the image, in the margin. Such as a printers logo or added art work . Some thing that the one doing it thinks will add value.. Usually done on another plate or stamp then applied to the finished print. Thus striking the print again.. JD . A 'restrike' normally refers to an impression taken from the original etching plate, but not with the permission of the artist. It is normally taken posthumously and not necessarily as part of an edition.. Chris ( Full Answer )
Answer . Matrix Number / Vinyl Etchings - Matrix numbers are alphanumeric codes stamped or scrawled into the run outgroove (inside rim) of a record that indicates one or several of thefollowing: record label catalog number , mastering codes, stamper codes, name or initials of the masteringe…ngineer, and/or ciphers indicating the pressing plant or mastering houseused. Sometimes there are inscriptions or phrases (often humorous innature) written in the run out groove. These are scribed or stamped bythe mastering engineer as directed by the record label or the band. ( Full Answer )
With a program called Photoshop by Adobe. The program is complicated to beginners but it gets easy after 1-2 years of work.
Glass etching pastes or cremes contain fluoride. The most commonare sodium fluoride and hydrogen fluoride. This does not 'etch' theglass, it causes fluoridation which looks like etching.
For acid etching during the sealant-application procedure, theteeth should be etched with phosphoric acid. It needs to remain oneach tooth for a minimum of 15 to 20 seconds.
etch 1. To cut away the surface of glass or metal with a strong acid or by abrasive action, usually in a decorative pattern. 2. To remove the surface of cast stone with acid to expose the aggregate. 3. To alter the surface texture of porcelain enamel by chemical attack. Above retrieved …from Answers.com Viper1 ( Full Answer )
I don't know much but this may help - you can use the magic wand tool that will select a certain amount of colours e.g if you have a flower with a black background you use the magic wand on the black, it will select the black areas and you can delete it, or the pen tool for more precise tracing arou…nd objects. Then you have to do something with the "path" you've made with the pen tool....but I'm not totally sure. I hope this helps get things started! ( Full Answer )
I own four of his etchings and value them as family heirlooms but I have recently checked out eBay and see a number of his etchings for sale there and they are priced in the 5$ range. So I don't think they are all that valuable. But they are nice to look at.
Etching is a process to produce semiconductor devices. It is also used in printing. Wet etching and Dry etching are possible.
It was invented in 1957 by AndrÃ© Cassagnes, a French electrician. He took the idea to a plastics company; they developed a prototype and patented it in 1959 and did not give him credit on the patent. Ohio Art Company bought a license to make the toy in the US and announced the Etch-A-Sketch in Ju…ly, 1960. It was invented on July 12,1960. ( Full Answer )
inside an etch-a-sketch is a needle pulled by strings controlled by the knobs. the needle scrapes off the white coating of the screen as it passes and the coating is replaces when you shake the box
Dickens did not provide the illustrations for his books. They were done by Hablot Browne and various other artists.
Drawing with crayons is not etching. You do not dig into anythingwith crayons. To create a crayon etching, you would need to use thecrayon to indent something.
An etch primer is used as a key for the next coat normally on metals.
Yes! I had 6 large windows that where vandalized with with a white chemical that severely damaged the glass. They are based in San Diego but have and office in Portland and and can refer you to a glass repair specialist in your area. Give them a call, you don't need to replace your windows!
We used to make Crayon Etchings in grammar school. It's a fun party game idea! It's easy and free! Kids will enjoy making colorful pictures of their own.. Take a sheet of paper and color it with lots of different colored crayons. Then cover the entire sheet in black crayon.. Next take a pointed st…ick or a lollipop stick and scratch a picture into the black crayon. As you scratch away the black crayon the other colors will show through. Just choose a design, scratch away the black and you will have a colorful drawing! ( Full Answer )
It is a toy. Once i filled up the whole etch a sketch. it is red and has metal speckles that get pushed off by a stylus inside that you control with two control on the bottom.
\n. \nAdobe PhotoShop is a Graphics and Photo Manipulation Program. It has many features, and is the most advanced and widely used Photo/Graphics program in the world.\n. \nIf you would like to purchase the program, it can cost a few hundred dollars. However, there is a Free Trial available, but w…ill only last 30 days at the most.. ( Full Answer )
\nIt scratches a thin layer of the surface off whatever is being etched, and leaves a pattern behind which differs from the smooth surface, revealing the design.
Answer: I don't believe it will work on acrylic medium, they say it has to be a vitreous type material, acrylic has polymers, which I believe is unaffected by the etch cream. . http://www.diynetwork.com/diy/cr_walls_floors/article/0,2025,DIY_13782_2273781,00.html . If you put it on an affected… area it might, unless your allergic to the Acrylic ( Full Answer )
It was made in Bryan, Ohio, from 1960 to 2001. In 2001, the company moved Etch-A-Sketch manufacturing to Shenzhen, China.
Etching is a process used to remove parts of the egg shell with an acid to create raised areas, giving your egg a textured surface. Vinegar or The Works toilet cleaner are often used.. Waxed areas are protected from the acid and thus stay intact, versus the exposed areas which are eaten away. The l…onger the egg is submersed in the acid, the deeper the etching effect. It is important to wash away the debris from your egg with a soft toothbrush and a little Ivory dish liquid.. One problem many people run into is "How do you etch an egg without losing most of your pencilled design?" One simple solution to this is to just draw as little as needed before etching. For instance, if you want all your main divisions to be etched, just draw and etch them before going on to draw the elements that will be contained in them. Ie, don't draw every little thing, take time to think about your design before you start to draw and wax. Try to figure out what steps you will take. What colours do I want and where? What order should I dye them in? What do I want to stick out?. Sometimes etching is done inadvertently. Those that dye out of dye sequence often remove colours with Ivory dish liquid need to prep their shell before the next dye with vinegar. If you are switching back and forth to different colours this way, you are etching the shell slightly with every vinegar dip. ( Full Answer )
The "Etch a Sketch" contains mercury and mercury can be poisonous (the methylated oxides are really dangerous). Another answer: Nonsense. The Etch-A-Sketch does not contain any form of mercury and never has. It contains aluminum powder and polystyrene beads. If you crack the case, humidity …will get in and it won't work properly. If the contents are spilled, the dust spreads by contact, so it tends to go everywhere and is difficult to clean up. While aluminum has extremely low toxicity, it has no function in biology so it's common sense that it is not a good idea to eat a lot of aluminum powder. It's definitely not healthy to inhale the stuff. ( Full Answer )
By etching a concrete surface you are providing the adhesion needed for the paint to stick. For paint to stick the surface must be rough - it cannot be smooth or slippery in anyway or the paint will simply peel off. Like doors and frames they need to be sanded back before they can be painted. The …reasoning being that otherwise the gloss finish will not allow the paint to stick. By sanding it to create a rough finish so the paint has something to stick to. When I say rough however - Don't misunderstand me as to think it should be really rough. The surface should still seem rather smooth however as long as its not glossy. In the same way concrete needs to be etched or roughened so that paint can adhere to the surface. You can do this in two ways. One is to use Hydrochloric Acid - Simply dilute it 1:10 or stronger if required and then tip it onto the concrete. Broom in and when fizzling has stopped rinse off. Make sure you rinse it off properly or it also will repel the paint. Your other option which is becoming the more popular now (as people don't seem to follow instructions with the first and always and have problems) is to use a dinosander. Sand the surface down and rinse off - This is problem proof and easy to do. You can hire one from your local hire shop. As I say both will work but the latter is becoming more popular as you can't go wrong. ( Full Answer )
An etch primer contains phosphoric acid which will react with ferrous metal to form ferrousphosphate crystals as a barrier to limit rust-creep under the coating. The resin used normally is a polyvinylbuterate for the best adhesion to the substrate as adhesion=rust prevention.Peet Harmse
The exact date is not known. The concept was invented by AndrÃ© Cassagnes in the late 1950s. He first exhibited a prototype in 1957. He took it to a French plastic molding company, which filed a patent on it in 1959 (leaving Cassagnes' name off the patent application). Subsequently, the Ohio Art C…ompany bought the invention and announced the product on July 12, 1960. ( Full Answer )
Etching is superficial attacking of surface, metallic or another, for having more contact surface and better hold in later treatment, e.g. plating, painting
Photoshop is a software made by AdobeTM. It is used to edit, create and manipulate photos, designs and other types of visuals. There are many uses to it. You need to play around with all of its tools to understand how they work. Maybe you can even be a professional graphic designer...
An Etch-A-Sketch is a toy which draws lines on the inside of a glass window, using a stylus that is moved horizontally and vertically by two knobs.
It is a thin substance placed on a prepared tooth before adding a composite filling or a sealant. It's purpose is to make the finishing product stick. :)
Wikipedia has an 'Etching by Daniel Hopfer, who is believed to have been the first to apply the technique to printmaking.' See the entry for 'etching'. There is more information there of course.
There are many different etching techniques that can be used such as sandcarving, surface etching, and shading. The you can mix up the different processess and use multiple techniques together. -Eric http://www.glassetchingsecrets.com
A quick way to do it would be a flame treatment. This oxidizes the surface, and if you're careful should not damage it. A how-do is here, although it's about polyethylene it also works on polypropylene: http://a-a-i.net/polyethylene.htm
Etching is the process of using strong acid or mordant to cut into the unprotected parts of a metal surface to create a design in intaglio in the metal (the original process-in modern manufacturing other chemicals may be used on other types of material
By buying it through either the adobe web store for your region, or a 3rd party online reseller such as Amazon or Ebay. Generally, it cannot be found in physical brick-and-mortar stores (ie. Walmart or Best Buy)
No, but it is messy. It's a very fine aluminum powder (and some polystyrene beads) that gets everywhere. It's not toxic, but it's definitely not healthy to inhale the stuff.
" Radierung " is a German equivalent of "etching." Specifically, the German word is a feminine noun. Its feminine singular definite article is " die " ("the"). Its feminine singular indefinite article is " eine " ("a, one").
An etching on paper is a print made from a metal plate, called an etching.
'Etch' , who cannot speak but communicates through his screen , is an "Etch-A-Sketch" toy with a magic screen .
Use a rotary tool such as a Dremel. Another option for etching sandstone, or any more other materials for that matter, is a process called sandcarving. Sandscarving uses templates placed on the item to be etched and then sand to carve out or etch into the material.
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Yes & No... Acetone will not "etch" styrene. Styrene is a monomeric aromatic building block which can be polymerized to long chains. This is the plastic commonly called polystyrene and is recyclable with the recycling symbol including the number 6 in the center and the letter PS below the symbol… for easy identification. Acetone will not "etch this plastic compound. Many variations have been used of the basic PS including copolymers added to the mix to produce a stronger or more flexible version of the original. One company (DOW) injected tiny air pockets throughout the plastic allowing it to be manipulated in a whole new way. This new product was trademarked as Styrofoam, and it had new properties including floatation in water, insulation of heat and was much cheaper to make since the bulk of the product was air! Styrofoam, generically referred to as polystyrene foam, CAN be "etched" by acetone! This is possible because rather than affecting the polystyrene in general, the acetone acts as a solvent and allows the air to be released from the PS foam. (be sure to work in a well ventilated area, and use acetone from the hardware store rather than cosmetic grade, this is a much more pure form of acetone) ( Full Answer )
It is a process used in the making of printed circuit boards. A protective material is used to cover the traces that you want left on the PC board. The board is then submerged into an liquid that will etch the unprotected copper off of the board. This removed material then becomes the space between …the protected material that you want to use for current caring traces to different components on the board. ( Full Answer )
pcb is a copper sheet. once we prepare the layout, we need the tracks which gets covered by copper.Therefore, to remove excess copper from the pcb etching is done.
Excluding Lightroom tricks, Photoshop can do every thing to make a design and image more attractive and striking.
According to a Google search "etched into our memories" has 539,000 hits. "Etched in our memories" has 458,000 hits. "Etched onto our memories" has only 3,070 hits. Accordingly I recommend "Etched into" or "Etched in" Dictionary.com also includes the sample sentence: " A deep canyon was etc…hed into the land by the river's rushing waters." ( Full Answer )
Because - in comparison with a high-street retailer - they have vastly reduced overheads (staff wages, rates, phones etc)
Things Remembered is a popular store that provided laser engraving services on many different types of products. Jared, the Galleria Jewelers, does laser etching on jewelry, including rings and necklaces.
You can get a trial or purchase Photoshop from the Adobe websiteunder the product section. The newest Photoshop is available permonthly subscription, but older versions can be bought throughwebsites such as Amazon, Ebay, or Shopping.com (a comparativeshopping website).
Chemical etching is a broad term that can be used to describe a few different processes including decoration of glass or metal. It also describes a printmaking technique.