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Direct brush sketch using a heavily opaque watercolor which breaks up delightfully on the texture of this Jack Richeson Recycled Watercolor paper. (English Red)

Looking Again at Jack Richeson Recycled Watercolor Paper

  In 2012 I did a bunch of paintings and tests of Jack Richeson Recycled Watercolor Paper. It’s a 135 lb. Cold press paper that has a decidedly grey white color.  In one of my posts on this paper I actually admitted that the paper made me feel “very odd.” I shouldn’t like it. It’s […]

My gouache start was obviously going nowhere, there was too much drag. I moved on to color pencil.

Review of Strathmore’s Vision Watercolor Paper

One thing you have to remember when testing paper is that less expensive papers aren’t going to do all the things that you want them to do. It’s a matter of trade offs. Is it essential that your favorite pen work on a paper, or that you can add watercolor washes, or use color pencil? […]

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Another Note about Canson Montval Watercolor Paper

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