LITHOGRAPHY See OFFSET PRINTING or OFFSET LITHOGRAPHY.
A reproduction process in which grease crayon lines and masses drawn on a
flat, polished stone print through the affinity of grease to grease (grease
crayon and printers ink). The wetted stone repels the ink from the other
areas not covered with crayon.
LITHOGRAPHIC PENCILSAn oily pencil or crayon used to mark
LOCAL COLORThe actual color of an object without regard to the effect
of changing light and shadow conditions.
LOCAL COLOR VALUEThe actual lightness or darkness of a color
without regard to the effect of changing light and shadow conditions.
LOGOTYPEAlso called LOGO. The lettered signature, nameplate, or
trademark of a commercial firm.
LONGSHOTA picture showing a full figure or a distant view.
LACEY LUCYSee CAMERA LUCIDA.
MACHINE COMPOSITIONType set by a machine.
MACRO LENSA short focal-length lens specifically designed to allow
MAHLSTICK A rod used in the palette hand to support or steady the
MAKEUPSee LAYOUT. The arrangement of text and illustrations on a
page in conformance to standard practices in the industry or to publication
MAGNETIC CHALKBOARDA briefing board that accepts chalk
markings and magnetic attachments.
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