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Artist range of Pastel pad soft colours

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Artist range of Pastel pad soft colours by Arto, Campap
Features
o Soft pastel colour sheets, acid free paper
o Size A 3-297 x 420 mm, 24 sheets, 160 gsm
o Paper of Italy origin
o This coloured paper is made of a high percentage mix of premium cotton and high quality cellulose.
o It is acid free and archival.
o The paper has an internal and external sizing and the colours are very lightfast.
Use
o The soft surface grain is obtained thanks to special felts making it ideal for pastel, charcoal, graphite, pencil, sanguine and gouache.
o The pads have a fold-over cover, glued on the short side.
o Preferred by students and professional artists


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Artist range of Pastel pad soft colours

Italy Origins 160 gsm Pastel Paper 

You'll see and feel the difference as your pastels bite into the extraordinarily toothy surface of this pastel, charcoal, and pencil drawing paper. Available in 6 mixed delicious colors, it features a grain that runs parallel to the long side. 

Acid-free. 40% cotton. 160 gsm.

Available as short side glued block.

A3 and A4 sizes available 

This paper is produced with a high cotton content and pure ECF cellulose, according to ISO 9706 'LONG LIFE' regulations. It is acid free to guarantee long permanence in time. It has highly lightfast colors, an excellent surface making and sizing which make this paper particularly suitable for pastels, pencil, graphite, charcoal, tempera, air brush and watercolor techniques. This paper can be used for all printing techniques.  

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Brand Arto,Malaysia

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