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Watercolor Block, Cold Press 10"X14"
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- Paper made with natural cotton fibers on a cylinder-mold machine
- Great for watercolor, gouache, acrylic, and airbrushing
- Made with a natural gelatin sizing
- 20 sheets of natural white, acid free, 100% cotton paper
- 10"X14" cold press 140lb / 300g
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Arches Watercolor Blocks contain paper made with natural cotton fibers on a cylinder-mold machine. This artist-grade watercolor paper is great for watercolor, gouache, acrylic, and airbrushing. Arches is made with a natural gelatin sizing. These blocks contain 20 sheets of natural white, acid free, 100% cotton paper, and are glued on all 4 sides. This block is 10"X14" cold press 140lb / 300g.
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So far, out of the three, this one emerges as the winner. When the pencils are activated by water, they bloom nicely and the work becomes a very vivid watercolor. I had less success with the hot press. The colors do not bloom and run at all. They stay exactly where you put them when you activate them with water. The colors simply become vivid.
I like the way watercolor blurs and blooms--all the distinctive markings we associate with watercolor. In sum, this paper is the best choice if you switch to water soluble pencils instead of paint. I never even considered switching from Arches watercolor block to another product. I've used it for decades and it is the best.
I had to switch from paint to pencils because of health problems with mobility (age 68). I am next going to try water soluble oil pastels on the paper. I am expecting this one will also be the winner but I could be wrong. The key thing to remember is that the materials you choose as your "paint" will affect the paper choice. If you switched painting materials, like I did, there seems little choice but to try all three types, just like I did.