Definitions for "Etching"
The act, art, or practice of engraving by means of acid which eats away lines or surfaces left unprotected in metal, glass, or the like. See Etch, v. t.
A design carried out by means of the above process; a pattern on metal, glass, etc., produced by etching.
An impression on paper, parchment, or other material, taken in ink from an etched plate.
Chem. dissolution of material.
secondary inorganic dissolution of calcite from elements. Descriptive scheme, {from Roth and Thierstein 1972, Roth 1983}. Excellent preservation coccoliths appear pristine.
Keywords:  amada, yui, captor, corrector, bromide
A term used by Japanese card companies to describe foil cards with a fully etched or partly etched design.  Amada included etching cards in their Hero Collection, Sailor Moon Bromide, and a few PP sets between 1993-1995.  Amada also created all-etching Card Captor Sakura card sets in 2000 and 2001 (also known as Trading Collection), and included Card Captor Sakura etched gold foil cards in penny sleeve packs and the Card Captor Sakura PP3 binder. Etching cards were also used as specials in Amada's Corrector Yui and Sakura Wars 3 sets.
Keywords:  scarification, tattoo, gun, see
see Tattoo gun scarification
A subtractive retouching technique used for selectively reducing density in an area of the negative.
A cut out technique, for example Fiber Etch where designs are "burned out" of the fabric using Fiber Etch liquid.
Keywords:  photo, see
See Photo etching.
Keywords:  illustration, process, page, see
A process in illustration
See Etching on our Processes Page.