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Initial post: Feb 17, 2011, 8:33:50 PM PST
For a great artist Notebook, I'd get a Leuchtturm Plain Notebook instead.

The Leuchtturm Plain Notebook is equally expensive, or cheaper, as the similar Moleskine Large Sketchbook. The Leuchtturm Notebook looks nice and it has some much superior writer/artist Paper stock.

About 1/2 inch wider than the Moleskine, with a table of contents, numbered pages, and some cover and spine labels. The cover is not as oily either. The paper takes my pens/colored pencils/Drawing Pencils in a very agreeable manner.

Compared to the Large Moleskine Sketchbook (I found the Moleskine paper to be too "waxy" and lusterless to be useful as a true art Sketchbook), the Leuchtturm Plain Notebook is far superior. I'd go for the Leuchtturm Plain Notebook over the Moleskine since it has it has some much better Paper stock for Drawings, no annoying oily cover, and is 1/2 inch wider than the Moleskine.
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