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  • Re: Plein Air Watercolor

    Lori--The Twinrocker handmade, colored Watercolor papers will work well for transparent washes or painting opaquely. It's amazing how it doesn't get muddy. I think you'll also like the authentic, natural deckled edge instead of making a torn edge yourself. You can call them to purchase a...
    Posted to Watermedia (Forum) by Kathryn Clark on 20 Oct 2009
  • Re: Plein Air Watercolor

    Kathyn, thank you for putting in the link to Twinrocker watercolor papers. The colored papers look interesting - especially since I enjoy acrylic on watercolor paper opaquely.
    Posted to Watermedia (Forum) by Lori Woodward on 20 Oct 2009
  • Re: Plein Air Watercolor

    I love to paint plein air with watercolor on small sheets of Twinrocker Handmade Watercolor paper which is about 200 lb. and has a natural deckled edge all around. This slightly heavier paper than the average 140 lb. makes it easy to handle and turn while painting without kinking, and the natural deckled...
    Posted to Watermedia (Forum) by Kathryn Clark on 5 Oct 2009