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Reeves 8490530 9-Inch by 12-Inch Water Color Paper Pad, 35-Sheet
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- High quality artist paper for use to create your own scrapbooks
- Perfect for students and beginning artists
- Great for pencils, colored pencils, markers and water colors
- It is heavier than most other brands
- Offers 35 sheets
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This is a great wholesale bulk cheap discount pad of paper for those who like to doodle sketch draw and paint using pencils and water colors. Perfect for students and beginning artists. Other materials good on this paper: charcoal pastels markers color pencils and chalk. It is heavier than most other brands. Stick with Reeves paper pads and you will always know what paper is best for which medium by looking at the little symbols in the upper left corner of the from cover. Pad contains 35 sheets of 90-pound weight. Pad measures 9-inch by 12-inch.
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The pad I ordered had nice, smooth paper. No fuzz or texture to it. The color was a slight creamy off-white. One thing I really didn't like, and the reason I knocked off a star, was that the cardboard back of the pad was completely soft. Who likes floppy pads of paper? Certainly not me. I'd have bought something else if I'd known. But I guess you get what you pay for.
it doesn't have the strength to really work on it. I wouldn't try any serious work on it. If you are just sketching or fooling around
its ok. But defintely NOT watercolor paper.
The paper is thin but that is expected for this type of product. Pencil, graphite work well on this. Sharpie or similar "wet" markers easily bleed through. Sigma Micron, Staedtler, and similar pigment liner pens have a strong nib that can tear through without proper attention.
I will continue to buy this product for its high quality and cheap cost