Acting companies in London during the Renaissance were perennially in search of new plays. They usually paid on a piecework basis, to freelance writers. Publishing as it is known today depends on a series of three major inventions—writing, paper, and printing—and one crucial social development—the spread of literacy.
A sheet of paper, made individually by hand, using a mould and deckle. Hanging Paper The raw stock used in making wall paper.
The converter usually coats it with a ground coat of clay, and then prints it with any decorative design desired. Hard Sized Paper Paper treated with high degree of internal sizing.
Heat Seal Paper Paper that has an adhesive coating applied to it that requires heat to activate the adhesion properties. Hi-Fi High Finish Paper Hot Pressed Paper A smooth surfaced paper created by pressing a finished sheet of paper through hot calender is known as hot pressed.
Hot pressing results in a smoother surface than cold pressing which flattens but leaves a slight texture. Hot pressed papers are often used by artists who want fine detail whether using pen, pencil, or paint.
The medium flows more smoothly across the paper. Hot pressed papers are good for photographic quality prints whether glossy or matte. Hymnal Paper Strong, low-finish opaque book paper.
Index Paper A stiff, inexpensive paper with a smooth finish. The high bulk but low weight of this paper makes it a popular choice for business reply cards.
Industrial Papers A very general term, which is used to indicate papers manufactured for industrial uses as opposed to cultural purposes. Thus, building papers, insulating papers, wrapping papers, packaging papers, etc.
Insect Resistant Paper treated with insecticide compounds to make it resistant to insect attack. Insulating Board A type of board composed of some fibrous material, such as wood or other vegetable fiber, sized throughout, and felted or pressed together in such a way as to contain a large quantity of entrapped or "dead" air.
It is made either by cementing together several thin layers or forming a non-laminated layer of the required thickness. It is used in plain or decorative finishes for interior walls and ceilings in thicknesses of 0.
Desirable properties are low thermal conductivity, moisture resistance, fire resistance, permanency, vermin and insect resistance, and structural strength.
No single material combines all these properties but all should be permanent and should be treated to resist moisture absorption.
Ivory Board High-quality board made in white or colors with a bright, clear appearance, particularly used for visiting cards and similar high-class printed work.
Original Ivory Board was and still is made in Holland, although the grade is made in many countries. J Japan Paper An imitation of the Japanese vellum paper in which the fibers are very long and have a very irregular formation, giving the surface a characteristic mottled effect.
Used for greeting cards, novelties and artistic printing of various types.
The real Japanese paper is made from very long native fibers, such as paper mulberry, mitsumata, etc. Jute Paper Any paper made from jute fiber or burlap waste. The fiber is long and the paper has high strength and good folding properties. The name is becoming misleading because of its application to fiber furnishes which contain little or no jute.
K Kraft Bag Paper A paper made of sulfate pulp and used in the manufacture of paper bags. It normally has a greater bulk and a rougher surface than the usual kraft wrapping paper. Kraft liner Paperboard of grammages of g and more, generally made from bleached or unbleached sulfate pulp and used as an outer ply in corrugated board.
Kraft Paper A paper of high strength made from sulfate pulp.Comment by KerynTB Today I tried enchanting a piece of armor vellum with an orange-level enchant. To my surprise, I did not get a skill point for creating the item.
And Vellum goes beyond the basics to prevent widows, balance page spreads, and avoid short pages — all automatically. You’ll have a book that looks like it took days to create in minutes.
Vellum is prepared animal skin or "membrane" used as a material for writing on. The term is derived from the Latin word vitulinum meaning "made from calf", leading to Old French velin for "calfskin". Parchment is another term for this material category.
If vellum is distinguished, it is by vellum being made from calf skin, as opposed to that from other animals, or otherwise being of higher. Place first piece of fabric onto vellum paper block: right side of fabric is facing you, block is upside down so numbers are all backwards.
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