This mujinhua acid-free, cold-pressed textured watercolor paper is very nice quality. Thickness is a little thinner than i thought. She actually enjoys it, and she says this paper doesn't bleed through easily.
It isn't up to the standards of the world's finest brands, but it still offers great value and is perfect for the beginner or others who are not trying to create a masterpiece. The quality of the paper is great. I'm just mentioning it in case others a... Read More
The tablet is on the small side and the paper is heavy. The size is accurate to the description, but i took a picture of it with a standard notebook to make it easier to visualize. It hold amazingly and it's the perfect size for traveling.
This is a very cheaply made book that breaks very easily and is flimsy. Buy a better quality paper, maybe a larger dimension, and cut the sheets into practice sheets.
It is thick enough, but not too stiff. Easy to lift and blend. Wonderful gift to highlight your talents.
The paper is so grainy. It can't even take one wash without the fibers deteriorating and loosening. The problem is that it was manufactured improperly - the perforations are on the wrong side.
The sizing is terrible, the colors are absolutely not bright and it buckles terribly when you are painting. Do not attempt to use while still in coil tablet using watercolor paint. Buy arches, windsor & newton or bockingford.
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