400 Series Artagain Pads

Product Description

Fiber-enhanced paper is ideally suited for soft pastels and charcoal. Pad contains over 10% post consumer recycled fiber. Pad is tapebound, paper is 60 lb. and acid free. Includes 24 sheets--4 sheets each of beachsand ivory, desert rose, storm blue, moonstone, gotham gray and steel gray.

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color: assorted tints
size: 9 in. x 12 in.
Manu #445-9
Item #43879
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color: assorted tints
size: 12 in. x 18 in.
Manu #445-12
Item #86022
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color: black
size: 9 in. x 12 in.
Manu #445-109
Item #23962
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(based on 5 reviews)


Rated by: Lorraine L. in Tappan, NY
The paper is fabulous for my work with pastel pencils...colored pencils, too. I wish you carried the 19"X25" Strathmore 400 Artagain papers (single sheets) because that's what I was originally interested in purchasing.
Rated by: Sveta J. in St.Edward, NE
Good job. I have got my order quick. Product has good quality. I will continue to use www.misterart.com
Rated by: Claire D. in New Orleans, LA
I like this paper, although I didn't realize how smooth it was when I bought it. It doesn't have the texture of most charcoal and pastel. I still got nice results with it, just wasn't able to layer as much as with a more textured paper.
Rated by: shannah d. in woodstock, GA
great paper for working with soft pastels. It also works very nice with oil pastels. It has a nice soft feel- enough texture, but not too much.
Rated by: Rev. Kimberley E. in Bethlehem, PA
I purchased some of this Artagain paper in black. I used soft pastels on it, and the results were fabulous! It created an interesting effect, which looked like the people in the portraits were coming out of the dark. I love this paper, and would certainly buy it again. I recommend testing fixitives on a test sheet, though, as the fixitive tends to darken portraits in pastel on this paper. I am not sure if it was thepastels, the paper or the fixitive, but test first!
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