Canson 702-321 Pro-Art 9-Inch by 12-Inch Tracing Paper Pad, 50-Sheet
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- Canson tracing paper pad
- This paper pad features exceptionally transparency, a smooth surface suitable for pencil, ink, and markers, and resistance to scraping
- This package contains one 12-inch by 9-inch paper pad
- Having fifty sheets of 25-pound tracing paper
- It is acid free
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Canson-tracing paper pad features exceptionally transparency, a smooth surface suitable for pencil, ink, and markers and resistance to scraping. This package contains one 12-inch by 9-inch paper pad with fifty sheets of 25-pound tracing paper. It is acid free.
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Try placing a sheet of grid paper underneath the tracing paper to provide you with guidelines for your drawings.
This is the only tracing paper I'd ever recommend.
I've attached some pictures to demonstrate how clear the paper is, as well as how cleanly it erases. Hopefully this gives you a little more confidence in my review; I truly think this product is essential for an artist.
I had also bought this to try out for printing type to attach to acrylic mixed media paintings. For that use, it did not work. The paper does not attach well to the painted canvas and also tends to shrivel up when acrylic medium is applied.
So for its stated purpose of tracing, buy it. But if like me, you're still searching for an "invisible" paper to attach laser printing to mixed media painting, this is not it.
To the reviewer who claimed it's no more transparent than regular copy paper, you must have received a different product. It is far more translucent, and extremely easy to copy line drawings through this paper - without any illumination behind, even in poor light. I'm attaching an image with some pencil shading on regular all purpose copy paper, with the edge of the copy paper folded over on one side, and edge of this tracing paper over the other side, with nothing covering the middle. The tracing paper is lifting a little at the edge, making it look fuzzy, but if you have it right against, you can see right through, crisp & clear. Also, upper left has the tracing paper over the gray cardboard back of this paper pad, with the uncovered gray backing in the center top, as a light and color reference.