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- Truly unique paper
- Ideal for calligraphy - fine line pen and ink
- Smooth hard surface for every type of pen
- For rendering fine - clean lines with no bleeding
- 9-x-12-inch pad
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Hard, bleed-proof surface. Ideal for all pen and ink work. An inexpensive, brilliant white alternative to bristol board. 40 sheets per pad. Acid free, non-wicking and archival. 108lb. Inkjet compatible.
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I wouldn't really recommend it for colored pencils or graphite, as it really has no tooth to speak of, and removing pencil lines completely can be difficult. it's also not particularly thick like some bristol boards, but for ink and marker work, thinner seems to work best. at least for me. please keep in mind that this is my personal preference, and it may not be everyone's cup of tea. some people prefer working with a surface that has some tooth to it, or an off white tone, if that's the case it would be best to perhaps try a different paper.
the only thing i wish it did, was come in a creme tone
I have a few alcohol based markers that I'm trying to get the hang of and I will say that I don't trust them not to bleed through the paper so put something underneath. It can ruin the next page. Also, I prefer the version with the spiral top because when you fold this one over the previous page comes apart at the glued area so you can't keep all your work together. It is easier to make copies this way so whatever is most important for your needs.