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The [[hektographed]] artwork that appeared in ''[[Spacewarp]]'' around [[1947]] was distinctive in that [[hekto]]-ink painting was used to give rich solid colors after which line drawings were [[mimeoed]] in. The system was actually suggested by [[Vaughn Greene]], but [[Bob Stein]] was its greatest practitioner.  
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The [[hektographed]] artwork that appeared in ''[[Spacewarp]]'' around 1947 was distinctive in that [[hekto]]-ink painting was used to give rich solid colors after which line drawings were [[mimeoed]] in. The system was actually suggested by [[Vaughn Greene]], but [[Bob Stein]] was its greatest practitioner.  
 
   
 
   
 
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from [[Fancyclopedia 2 Supplement]]  ca. 1960:  
Oh, was I ever offbase __here__!! Steinpix and mimeo-hekto were not only two separate artforms, but [[bob stein|Stein]] [[gafiated]] before mimeo-hekto was invented. As a matter of fact, [[Art Rapp]] explains, it was the disappearance of [[Bob Stein]]'s superb [[hekto]]-pencil artwork that inspired him to devise mimeo-hekto to replace this feature of ''[[Spacewarp]]'''s cover-art.  
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Oh, was I ever offbase __here__!! Steinpix and mimeo-hekto were not only two separate artforms, but Stein [[gafiated]] before mimeo-hekto was invented. As a matter of fact, [[Art Rapp]] explains, it was the disappearance of [[Bob Stein]]'s superb [[hekto]]-pencil artwork that inspired him to devise mimeo-hekto to replace this feature of ''[[Spacewarp]]'''s cover-art.  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:13, 14 February 2020

From Fancyclopedia 2 ca 1959
The hektographed artwork that appeared in Spacewarp around 1947 was distinctive in that hekto-ink painting was used to give rich solid colors after which line drawings were mimeoed in. The system was actually suggested by Vaughn Greene, but Bob Stein was its greatest practitioner.

from Fancyclopedia 2 Supplement ca. 1960: Oh, was I ever offbase __here__!! Steinpix and mimeo-hekto were not only two separate artforms, but Stein gafiated before mimeo-hekto was invented. As a matter of fact, Art Rapp explains, it was the disappearance of Bob Stein's superb hekto-pencil artwork that inspired him to devise mimeo-hekto to replace this feature of Spacewarp's cover-art.


Publishing Reasonator Search 1947

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