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Canson XL Bristol paper, with its satin finish, is ultra-white and extremely smooth. Highly resistant, it withstands repeated corrections by scraping and erasing.
It is ideal for pencils, pens, washing, tubular tip ink drawing pens, microns, alcohol-based markers (ProMarker), airbrush work or any technique requiring a smooth surface and sharp lines.
Canson XL Bristol is a 180 GSM paper which is acid free, making it resistant to -yellowing over time. With its attractive price point the Canson XL Bristol paper is ideal for students who require a large volume of paper to practice and create finished art works. As an acid-free paper it is ideal to revisit at a later date and see progress.
Canson XL Bristol paper is part of the XL range and the Canson Graphic Arts range, specifically designed for the world of illustration, design and graphic creation. The XL range is specifically designed to meet the needs of art students. As art students use large quantities of paper, the XL range features tough pads with a large number of sheets at competitive prices. The XL range has different textures and basis weights allowing art students to try many techniques. There are XL pads for sketching, drawing, illustration, layout and mixed media.
The paper's bright white surface provides great contrast for ink, light washes, graphite, coloured pencils, Alcohol markers, and pastels. The extremely smooth surface and bright white colour ensure great reproduction of the art work after scanning!
- Thickness - 180 GSM
- Texture - Extremely smooth; Colour: Ultra White
- Suitable for - Pencils, pens, washing, tubular tip ink drawing pens, alcohol-based markers (ProMarker) airbrush work or any technique requiring a smooth surface and sharp lines
- Acid-free; making it resistant to -yellowing over time
Size - A5(14.8 x 21 cm OR 5.8 x 8.3 inches)
Pack of 20 Extra Smooth Sheets
|No. Of Sheets||20 sheets|
|Size||A5(14.8 x 21 cm OR 5.8 x 8.3 inches)|
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