U.S. Art Supply 9″ x 12″ Premium Extra Heavy-Weight Watercolor Painting Paper Pad

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U.S. Art Supply 9" x 12" Premium Extra Heavy-Weight Watercolor Painting Paper Pad, 90 Pound (190gsm), Pad of 24-Sheets (Pack of 2 Pads)
PROS
  • 42 REVIEWS WATERCOLOR PAPER
  • 20 REVIEWS WATERCOLOR PAINTING
  • 5 REVIEWS GET WHAT YOU PAY
  • 8 REVIEWS POOR QUALITY
  • 52 REVIEWS WATERCOLOR
  • 23 REVIEWS QUALITY PAPER
  • 4 REVIEWS NATURAL WHITE
  • 9 REVIEWS GOOD QUALITY
  • 5 REVIEWS FALLS APART
  • 4 REVIEWS GOOD VALUE
  • 4 REVIEWS SPEND A LITTLE
  • 7 REVIEWS ABSORBS THE WATER
  • 3 REVIEWS LITTLE MORE MONEY
  • 10 REVIEWS GREAT PRICE
  • 24 REVIEWS PAPER IS GREAT
  • 3 REVIEWS HIGHER QUALITY
  • 28 REVIEWS COLOR PAPER
  • 11 REVIEWS WORKED WELL
  • 3 REVIEWS REALLY WELL
  • 4 REVIEWS PRETTY GOOD
U.S. Art Supply 9″ x 12″ Premium Extra Heavy-Weight Watercolor Painting Paper Pad
U.S. Art Supply 9″ x 12″ Premium Extra Heavy-Weight Watercolor Painting Paper Pad

Description

Acid Free, Neutral pH, Cold Press Surface, Natural White Sheets

Top Positive Review


I would have given a full 5 star review if they didn’t come in with one of the edges all bent up. Besides that they’re fine. Would totally recommend for people wanting to get into water color. The paper feels nice, and I like how my pencil moves across it when sketching.

Top Critical Review


I was looking forward to using this paper for watercolor, but I misaligned my masking tape and when I went to take it off the entire paper underneath came off with the tape. I’m glad I noticed this before I started something. Couldn’t imagine how upsetting it would be to put hours into a project just to have it ripped up at the end.

Customer Questions & Answers


Made in US?
Answer: No. Made in China.

Looking for a heavier textured paper for printing art on for selling. Anyone tried printing on this? is it stiff?
Answer: I am not sure; have never done any printing. I use it for rubber stamping and then coloring the images for greeting cards. It has a definite texture so will not be “smooth”. Hope that helps…

How is this for drawing? Is there any bleed or show through with pen and ink? Is the surface pattern regular or irregular?
Answer:

I haven’t done a lot of drawing on it in pen or ink so I can’t answer that part for you. It’s not very thick paper but it also doesn’t bleed through very easily. I used it for watercolor (using a style that’s pretty heavy on the water) and it didn’t show through on the other side. In fact I was able to paint on both si??

Is this thin enough to use on a printer?
Answer: it might work. It is thinner than heavy cardstock.

does this paper have a textured or smooth surface?
Answer: Textured, but thin. My daughter prefers Canson.

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