cartridge paper


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cartridge paper

n
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) an uncoated type of drawing or printing paper, usually made from bleached sulphate wood pulp with an addition of esparto grass
2. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a heavy paper used in making cartridges or as drawing or printing paper
3. (Art Terms) a heavy paper used in making cartridges or as drawing or printing paper
4. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a heavy paper used in making cartridges or as drawing or printing paper
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cartridge paper - thick white paper for pencil and ink drawings
drawing paper - paper that is specially prepared for use in drafting
2.cartridge paper - paper for making cartridge cases
paper - a material made of cellulose pulp derived mainly from wood or rags or certain grasses
Translations

cartridge paper

ncarta da disegno (ruvida)
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Her piece, Along the Birmingham to Worcester Canal, was created on cartridge paper.
When he started cartooning for The Journal eight and a half years ago, Nicholas used to sit near the Editorial desk with his pen, brushes and cartridge paper. He created three gags and the most appropriate one was scanned and inserted on the page.
The exquisite works are done on oil on canvas, oil on masonite, pen and ink on paper, mix media on canvas, crayon and charcoal on Bristol board, water colour pen and pencil on cartridge paper, besides others.
Unlike American and Continental versions, there were no annular grease rigs, lubrication being provided by a beeswax/tallow mixture on the portion of the cartridge paper encompassing the projectile.
Glue one edge, roll the cartridge paper around the former with the roundball at the top, fold and glue the top.
His work is often in white cartridge paper, to place the accent on the form.
BEGIN DESIGNING The students work on long (6" x 24") strips of cartridge paper. This helps them work to an appropriate scale and watch their ideas evolve.
She also uses Parker ink having found that, by dilution and using ordinary cartridge paper instead of specially prepared watercolour paper, she can get the colours and effects she wants.