Papers for half-tone printing require more filling, in order to have smooth, level surfaces.
Four half-tone illustrations from drawings by Hazel Roberts.
Illustrated with 27 full-page and 87 text drawings in half-tone by Howard V. Brown.
This cannot be altogether claimed for the half-tone process.
It prints no scareheads and no half-tone pictures, such pictures as it uses being redrawn in line, so that they print sharply.
If the half-tone, what would be the name of the auxiliary note?
Illustrated with a map, 16 full-page and 71 text drawings in half-tone by Howard V. Brown.
I mention it to show where “handwork” in the half-tone process first comes in.
The expressions half-step and whole-step are much to be preferred to half-tone and whole-tone, as being more clear and definite.
By L. Clarkson Whitelock, with eight half-tone illustrations.