Continuous Tone vs. Halftone

Five Tetrahedra is a complex print featuring a multifarious process. When thinking about the examination of the print, the difference between Continuous Tone and Halftone image formation was questioned. When observing an image under magnification, Continuous Tone is when the darker and lighter areas or different colors appear to flow into each other without any apparent dot or line pattern. A halftone image is formed of many discrete dots or lines, with which no variation of density or color within the dots occurs.  Is Five Tetrahedra a Continuous Tone or Halftone print?

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