SCREEN A glass plate or film with crosshatched lines which
photographically produces a halftone for reproduction from a continuous-tone
SCREEN PROCESS PRINTING Also called SILKSCREEN. A form of
stencil printing that uses silk, nylon, or metal screen to contain the image.
SCREEN REFRESH A continuous update of computations that create the
image on a computer screen.
SCRIPT (1) Lettering based on hand writing; (2) A paper or papers which
describe in detail all of the elements of a commercial or story.
SCROLL A rapid up-or-down movement of a computer screen image
during a search function.
SECONDARY COLORS The colors (orange, green, and violet) that lie
halfway between the three primary colors.
SECTION LINE Thin, diagonal lines used to indicate the surface of an
imaginary cut in an object.
SECTIONAL VIEW The view obtained by cutting away part of an object
in an illustration to show the shape and construction of the interior.
SEPIA A dark, warm brown color of low brilliance.
SEPIA INTERMEDIATE An intermediate used in making duplicate
transparencies by the whiteprint process.
SERIF The finishing stroke or line projecting from the end of the main
stroke of many letters in some typefaces.
SET PALETTE One hue mixed with a group of colors to create color
harmony or unity in a chosen palette.
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