Thursday, June 18, 2015

FUN GIVEAWAY! Union Square Pad

Item Description:  Union Square Heavyweight Drawing Paper. Acid Free, 35 sheets, 4x6 120 lb paper. For sale here: http://bit.ly/1Kif8S3



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9 comments:

  1. I either work in a sketchbook or paper taped to Masonite. The only real piece of artwork I've done so far is a portrait of our late yellow lab, Summer. Nailed it the first try working from a photo. I have learned a lot more since then. Mine now looks so very " childish" to me. I am amazed by so much of the work I see in this medium.

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  2. I like the results with colored pencil on smooth surface Bristol paper.

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  3. Sketch book stock or parchment.

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  4. Sketch book stock or parchment.

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  5. Sketch book stock or parchment.

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  6. Lynn Welton. My go to is a 9x12 drawing pad because of its convenient size.

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  7. I don't know yet. Been trying different types with different pencils.

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  8. Although I love to try new paper all the time, so far, my favorite is still black Stonehenge paper.

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  9. My favorite for the time being is Bristol Vellum, but am eager to try Fabriano Artistico Hot Pressed watercolor paper that has been given great reviews by CP artists.

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