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Arches Watercolor Block, Cold Press, 9" x 12"
- Paper Made with Natural Cotton fibers on a cylinder-mold machine
- Great for watercolor, gouache, Acrylic, and airbrushing
- Made with a Natural gelatin sizing
- 10 sheets of Natural white, acid free, 100Percent Cotton paper
- 9"X12" cold press 300lb/640G
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Arches watercolor blocks contain paper made with natural cotton fibers on a cylinder-mold machine. This artist-grade watercolor paper is great for watercolor, gouache, acrylic, and airbrushing. Arches is made with a natural gelatin sizing. These blocks contain 10 sheets of natural white, acid free, 100percent cotton paper, and are glued on all 4 sides. This block is 9"X12" cold Press 300lb/640G.
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If you want to have a satisfying session of painting by watercolor, THIS is the product to get. It IS expensive. But if you buy the cheap stuff, you may eventually loose the enthusiasm for painting at all.
The latex binding around the edges prevents water or pigment from sneaking down to the next sheet in the block so a fresh sheet doesn't have to be stripped away for a new painting. Just paint the top sheet and tear it away when finished. The block and the bottom cardboard pad make a great support for painting in studio or in the field.
Best choice for beginners, too. Even student grade paints look better on rag paper than the best artist grade on paper made from wood pulp. Rag paper also is so much easier to work with - the artists doesn't have to fight it from beginning to end.