|Brand Name||Us Art Supply|
|Item Weight||10.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||12.1 x 9 x 0.2 inches|
|Item model number||PMP100-09X12|
|Size||9 in. x 12 in. (22.9cm x 30.5cm)|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PMP100-09X12|
U.S. Art Supply 9" x 12" Premium Manga-Marker Paper Pad, 60 Pound (100gsm), Pad of 24-Sheets
|Price:||$6.96 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Acid Free, Neutral pH, Natural White Sheets, Ideal for Sketching and Mixed Dry Media
- Marking Pen Paper with a Smooth Uniform Surface that is Virtually Bleedproof
- Ideal paper for Drawing with Ink Pens, Water and Permanent Markers & All Pencils
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-This paper has a glossy finish on the front of each sheet, and a smooth, but not as waxy finish on the back of each sheet.
-Sharpie marker DOES NOT BLEED THROUGH TO NEXT PAGE!
-Marker glides effortlessly over the page compared to regular paper.
-Great value, very affordable.
-Whether I would use this paper or a more traditional drawing pad for a marker drawing would greatly depend on my intended effect, however, I have fallen in love with this paper, and plan to order it again when I run out.
-Due to the paper's glossy finish, if you are not careful, you can smudge the marker (and ruin your drawing). This is always the case when using marker, but with the glossy finish, you need to allow a couple extra seconds for the marker to dry before you touch drawing (intentionally or accidentally).
-Drawing with pencil on the page, because of the glossy finish on the paper, could leave indentations that are not erasable with pencil, however, this is always the case when drawing, you just need to be cautious not to push down too firmly with a pencil when drafting your design.
-While I love the paper, and plan to re-order, to be a bit picky, the black seam at the top of the Pad was starting to come apart upon arrival. I don't really mind, but it's something the company may want to consider fixing.
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So, when this drawing pad was available for review, I jumped on it for her.
Sadly, she wasn't impressed by it.
It's an awful small quantity of paper; only 24 sheets. Any art/drawing pad I've ever seen or bought is at LEAST 50 sheets, if not more. It is double sided -- one side being like typical drawing paper, the other side being glossy, like photo or professional pamphlet paper.
It is a good size pad though, 9" wide by 12" tall. It's thicker than typical copier/printer paper or notebook paper. I'd liken the thickness to construction paper.
Here are the key points to keep in mind when using this paper.
• ink smears when freshly used, but does NOT smear when dry.
• Only good with markers/sharpies/pens… anything with actual ink.
• Colored pencils seem ‘chalky’ and faded. When Mama Melissa colored a shape with a colored pencil, there were 'crumbs' of the clay and wax of the 'lead.'
• Dark colored pencils turn to pastel-like colors, i.e. navy blue becomes baby blue or robin egg blue.
• Normal pencils do write, but are hard to erase. Don’t quite fully erase.
• Colored pencils erase completely.
TYPICAL DRAWING SIDE
• a little less glossy than the ‘photo’ side, but still has a ‘sheen’ to it.
• Colored pencils seem a bit darker, but still seem light. Not as chalky or crumbly.
• Anything with actual ink is fine.
The upswing is there is no leak through from inks on either side.
The biggest problem disabled people will have with this paper is the smear factor.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It arrived on time, and was a very good product. Pencil will work on it, for those of you who like to sketch out in pencil first, but you might want to have a darker pencil. Read morePublished 22 days ago by jasmine
I really didn't like this paper at all and it doesn't work very well with copic markers. It's impossible to blend smoothly and it really dulls out the color. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Amazon Customer
Super slick paper for Tombow pens and other markers, but water-based markers don't smudge. Shiny, beautiful finish without bleeding through.Published 1 month ago by Kriste White
This is okay for inks, but it seems pretty limited to what mediums can successfully be used on the paper. Read morePublished 4 months ago by The Happy Clown With A Frown
It feels like the marker ink would smear after drawing but that just isn't the case, I'm using basic pens. Papermate Flair to be exact and it works great with them.Published 4 months ago by Bianca Hernandez
I like the book, the pages are heavy weight but a bit on the glossy side for my taste. I still like it though, i have currently only done pencil sketches on it, will update once I... Read morePublished 4 months ago by B. Harrell
This 9"x12" Manga-Marker Paper Pad comes with 24 pages of natural white sheets that are neutral pH and acid free. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jill H.
This is an excellent quality of Art Illustration Paper. It is 24 sheets of acid free paper that I have used for watercolors and makers. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Marla Varela
While I have mostly been using this as a sketchpad for some of my manga creations I could see how some more skilled manga artists could use it to make a realistic and technically... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Joaquin Turcios