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Watercolor Paper

by Yupo


Yupo is winning awards around the world in the watercolor arena as a unique and beautiful substrate. Machine made in the U.S.A of 100% polypropylene. Neutral pH, no deckles, waterproof, stain resistant and incredibly strong! Watercolor professionals have found it to be very receptive to various aqueous techniques. 58 lb.

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Watercolor Paper

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Average User Rating: Based on (4 Reviews)

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That Artsy Chic from Nashville Tn says:

Watercolor? ?? Forget it!!! Alcohol ink is where its at with Yupo!!! I'm addicted to Yupo and to Alchohol Inks.

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Rated by: That Artsy Chic in Nashville Tn
Watercolor? ?? Forget it!!! Alcohol ink is where its at with Yupo!!! I'm addicted to Yupo and to Alchohol Inks.
Rated by: Paulie R. in Centralia, Washington
Skip the watercolors on Yupo, and get out your oils! It's fabulous!! Rub some oil medium on the surface before painting, wipe off so there's no shine, then watch the miracles happen as you use your fingers and wipe out tools and all your different brushes to create some magic like you've never seen before. The translucent oil paints are instant and beautiful. I make Yupo canvases by mounting the paper onto wood with acrylic matte medium. Have fun!
Rated by: susan p. in parma, OH
wow! the paper is great, there is nothing better than this!!!! you have to try this. the paint stays on top and you can do wonderful things you only see in science books (colors and the way they work together).
Rated by: Jean V. in Oxford, OH
I ordered Yupo for my watercolor classes to try. They enjoyed experimenting and achieved some wonderful results. More importantly, I am so pleased with Misterart's quick response and easy to use web site. I have abandoned other web stores that I have ordered from. Misterart's prices are great also.

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