|Item Weight||12 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 0.8 x 12 inches|
|Item model number||STR-460-59|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||9 by 12"|
|Manufacturer Part Number||460590|
Strathmore STR-460-59 44 Sheet No.140 Watercolor Visual Journal, 9 by 12"
|Price:||$11.70 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
|You Save:||$4.75 (29%)|
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- PRO-ART- Visual Journal: Watercolor
- Tell your story with this spiral bound watercolor journal
- This item is manufactured in United States
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Top Customer Reviews
Excellent quality paper, holds a lot (I mean A LOT) of media and water. Depending on the page and what you want to do, gesso isn't necessary. I still do gesso, if I am going to create layers upon layers, or want textured backgrounds. But for a simple meditation or expression, no need. You can just go in and do it.
These really are deserving of the hype that started pretty much because of Brené Brown.
The prices of these fluctuate tremendously, as much as 40 percent.
Put one in your cart, save for later, then check back every so often. When the price goes down, get two or three.
You'll be glad you did.
I mostly use it for making color wheels, keeping swatching records of new colors, making color charts and exercises. This keeps all my paint info in one place for reference. I'd defiantly take it to paint away from home but just haven't done that yet.
When doing actual paintings I use single sheets, usually Arches, taped down to a board.