the technique of compositing several video elements, one over another, to create motion graphics or a complex animation.
The technique of compositing several elements, one over another, to create a complex animation. This is usually done with a Digital disk recorder to avoid degrading the images.
Layering and wet-on-dry blending are two terms for the same blending technique. To layer, thin one color to translucency and paint it on top of the other color. Once the translucent paint is dry, paint another layer on, but leave an edge of the first layer showing. By building up many thin layers in this way, the transition appears smooth to the eye. Layering is a more laborious process than wet-blending but gives potentially smoother results.
A technique in which art media are used over one another.
A process of depositing thin layers of metal or insulators onto a wafer during the wafer fabrication process using deposition and oxidation techniques.