Canson XL Series Mix Media Paper Pad, Heavyweight, Fine Texture, Heavy Sizing for Wet and Dry Media, Side Wire Bound, 98 Pound, 9 x 12 Inch, 60 Sheets
- Perfect for: sketching, drawing, light washes of ink and watercolor, collage, journaling, and more
- Pencil and charcoal erases well and blends easily
- Includes 60 sheets of acid free, 98 pound, 9 x 12 inch paper (160 gram)
- Perfect for a variety of mediums including acrylic, watercolor, and pen or pencil, and perforated pages for easy removal
- Excellent quality papers in generous pads offer exceptional value
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Size: 9 by 12 Inch. Canson XL Mix Media Pads were developed as the answer to the demand for a heavyweight, fine texture paper with heavy sizing for wet and dry media. This paper can be used for: sketching, drawing, light washes of ink and watercolor, collage, journaling, and more. It has quickly become the most popular paper in the Canson paper family. Mix Media paper erases well and blends easily. The wire bound pads have micro perforated, true size sheets. These pads were developed in consultation with art professors and combine performance with value for the art student. These pads contain 60 sheets of 98 pound/160 gram paper, acid free, 9 x 12 inch paper.
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I use mine for pencil, ink, and colored pencil, and it works beautifully with all of them. The paper is a good weight and has a medium tooth. By using different pencils, you can either get rough textures (B pencils) or very clear fine line detail (H pencils) because of how they interact with the paper.
The spiral binding is better than most. The covers are both rather firm, and the whole thing is pretty resistant to wear and tear.
Functional, inexpensive, and classic. I plan to use this one for a long time yet. I'm on my 2nd "volume" of these and will keep buying the same one for as long as I can.
After paint 100% dry (like a few days), dampen BACK of paper, lay pain side on a bit of cloth (towel works) and top with sheet of newspaper, pres dry with a wight distributed evenly (total coverage of the page). May have to change newspaper after a day, depend on how wet you get it. 1-2 days dry time.
Or, use somthing sticky but removable, like press and seal wrap and stick it down as a back to the paper and then clip that to your easel backing. Gives some warp, but a more even one.
They first way is the only way I've found to get out thr warp 100%, but as most of us use this for pratice paper...why bother?