Arches Water Colour Pad, Natural White, 11.69"x16.53"
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- The hot press finish is primarily used for portraits. Discreet and reserved, it focuses attention on the subject of the work, emphasizing the drawing
- All Arches papers are cylinder mould made as they have been for over a century. With long fibers, this thick, stable sheet is beautiful, durable, and resillient.
- Each sheet of Arches Watercolour is tub-sized in a bath of pure natural gelatin and then air dried to add additional strength and durability
- The best quality control. Our paper undergoes sophisticated testing and monitoring, with every sheet individually inspected to assure the finest quality
- Contains one pad with 12 sheets, 300 GSM
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It's also slower to wick away the moisture than other papers that I've used, which I prefer as it increases the working time of the paint and since I live in a warm environment I need every advantage in that regard.
I've tried a couple of mixed media and watercolor papers, never 100% cotton. They're fine enough, and I'll keep using them, but I kept hearing about Arches. From painters raving about it, to reviewers using it as a benchmark to compare other papers to, the name Arches seemed synonymous with the best watercolor paper.
Seeing as someone important to me wanted a painting for her mother I thought I might as well do the gift the justice of being done on the right paper. So I gladly splurged on Arches.
Unless something better comes along I will I always keep Arches on hand for my best work.
My research kept leading me to Arches for intense texturing of the kind which excites me. I bought 140 lb cold press Strathmore and it barely took moving paintbrush back and forth. I needed stronger paper, same weight. I also read many prefer the smoother surface for watercolor. Colors brighter. So now I've both pad to play with. Good stuff!