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TECHNIQUES

R E N D E R I N G
S T I P P L I N G
Stippling is creating the image using
small inked dots. A pen that
produces a good "dot" is used.
Stipple illustrations are
time-consuming to produce but
inexpensive to print if all the dots
are one colour - usually black.
More information at Wikipedia
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EXAMPLES
FOUR IMAGES - can be enlarged
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STIPPLING DEMONSTRATION
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Stippling is a technique that is
especially favoured in the newspaper
world - where paper quality sometimes
adversely effects reproduction quality
(a well executed stippled image prints
more clearly)

Noli Novak produces the stippled
portraits made famous by the Wall
Street Journal
For more about Noli's work
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This is "Ol Salty", produced by Ron Guthrie
"This small boat was berthed in a marina in California. She
had so much character that creating a pen & ink drawing of
her was bound to happen. Diesel powered and built of wood,
her gray, black and white paint scheme begged for
attention."

To see more of his pen & ink drawings created using the
stippling technique - yes, just dots of ink
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