BOARD ARTAny artwork mounted on heavy board stock.
BODY TYPEType used for the main body of text in printed matter.
BOLDFACE Type emphasized by darkening or increasing letter weight.
BOOKLETA pamphlet bound within paper covers.
BOOT-UPStart-up of the computer.
BONEAn instrument with a plastic, agate, or metal tip used for burnishing
shading sheets, pressure-sensitive letters, and paste-ups.
BORDER AREAThe areas around a graphic that represents a protective
BOUNCE LIGHTLighting set up to reflect from nearby surfaces onto a
BOURGES PROCESSA method of color separation using prepared
colored or toned papers or acetate sheets.
BOW INSTRUMENTSDrafting tools that draw circles and arcs less than
one inch in diameter.
BOXTo enclose with borders or rules.
BREAK LINELines to reduce the graphic size of an object, generally to
conserve paper space.
BRIEFING CHARTAlso called BRIEFING PAD. A visual aid that
presents information on large paper or board.
BRIGHTA short haired, flat, chisel-shaped brush.
BRISTLE.A hog hair brush used primarily in oil painting.
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