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Strathmore STR-477-9 30 Sheet No.100 White Pencil Pad, 9 by 12"
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- Perfect for colored pencil
- Medium tooth surface for blending and layering
- 100 lb. / 163 gsm. acid free
- 9"x12" Wire Bound
- 30 Sheets per Pad
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The Strathmore 400 Colored Pencil Pad contains a heavyweight, all-purpose white paper that is excellent for practicing techniques or creating finished artwork with colored pencils. With a medium tooth surface, this paper is ideal for a variety of colored pencil techniques and produces good results with markers, pen, ink. The Strathmore 400 Series Colored Pencil Pad provides a great way to track your progression over time in a convenient and transportable pad. Paper is our art form, and we celebrate artists. We have kept the tradition of creating beautiful, high-performing papers alive for over 125 years. Choice of paper is one of the most important decisions an artist makes in determining the outcome of their work. No matter your choice of medium, you can be confident Strathmore paper will enhance your artistic efforts.
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I was really disappointed when I used this paper for colored pencil.
I use Prismacolor pencils and love to blend and layer. This paper was too soft to get a good waxy blend going. It felt too soft and didn't have much character to it. It was kind of cushiony almost.
Maybe if I had removed the sheet from the book and used it with a board or hard surface underneath it might have been better. I don't like removing pages from my sketchbooks though.
I ended up giving away a good portion of the paper. The rest, I'll see if I can use it for charcoal or pastel.
Also, because it was so soft, I had a hard time and ultimately failed at getting all the graphite sketch lines off the drawing.
I wouldn't buy this paper again. Strathmore has great papers but this isn't one of them.