by Mike McNamee Published 01/06/2007
White Etching Satin 270 ArtLine
This is the same base as the White Etching but with an additional coating to create a fine silk sheen after ink has been printed onto the paper. The effect is to increase the Dmax and the gamut volume. The additional gamut is mainly created in the darker colours. The average colour error was 5.4 LabΔE/3.08ΔE2000 and also the lowest skin error we found in the test. The bespoke profile created a very smooth grey gradient in both this material and the White Etching material. This was a surface we liked a lot!
German Etching 310 ArtLine
This is a mould-made natural white paper with quite a smooth finish making it suitable for the production of etching-like prints. It is the smoothest of the ArtLine series and is optically brightened. Its heavier weight gives it a certain presence in the hand. As with its lighter companion (White Etching) it delivers very accurate skin tones.
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