300 Series Newsprint Paper Pads

by Strathmore

It's the most economical paper for those who draw and sketch a lot. It offers a workable surface for any medium used in drawing and sketching. Finds many uses as a general utility sheet. Rough surface is better for pastel, crayon, charcoal, or soft pencil. Smooth surface is best for hard pencil as it is more smooth. 30 lb. paper. 18 in. x 24 in. pads

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This is a really great product
Rated by: Kim H. in Philadelphia, PA
Holds up against my airbrushing but would be more useful if it had spiral binding.
Rated by: Katie H. in columbus, OH
What can I say, it's pretty hard to mess up newsprint. Might just want to get the cheaper stuff, again, it's just newsprint...
Rated by: LaKiesha T. in Saint Louis, MO
This was an excellent product...highly recomended!
Rated by: Evann D. in St Louis, MO
These all purpose pads are great for art students of all ages. MisterArt.com offer them at the best price anywhere.
Rated by: Kirsten H. in Placerville, CA
I use these for proofs for stenciling and they work wonderfully! The texture is great for that use.
Rated by: Sheree A. in Baton Rouge, LA
Great for charcoal, ink, pencil. Highly reccommend.
Rated by: Jeanette S. in Melbourne, FL
Great for acrylic painting demos!

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