Watercolor Pigments dissolved in water. Watercolor
painting typically is done on relatively rough-surfaced,
Woodcut - Print made from an image carved into the
surface of a wooden block. Blocks used for woodcuts
normally are sawed parallel to the grain of the wood. A
woodcut made from a block sawed across the grain -
providing a hard, dense surface into which very fine lines
may be cut - is often called a wood engraving.