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This method of printmaking uses no chemicals and is reliant on
drawing entirely. The image is scored into a soft zinc plate with a
scribe and with the use of the burr (a rough ridge of metal caused
by the indent to the plate), is then inked to produce a soft velvety
image reminiscent to a charcoal drawing. The image may be delicate and subtle to rich and black. As the burr wears the drawing can be reinforced with further scribing.
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