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The Canson XL Series watercolor pad features heavyweight sheets that are ideal for beginning and intermediate watercolor artists. The durable cold press surface stands up to repeated washes and is suitable for a variety of wet and dry techniques in watercolor, gouache and acrylic painting.
 
Details:
  • Available in multiple sizes
  • 140lb/300gsm
  • 30 sheets
  • Cold press
  • Acid free 
The Canson XL Series watercolor pad features heavyweight sheets that are ideal for beginning and intermediate watercolor artists. The durable cold press surface stands up to repeated washes and is suitable for a variety of wet and dry techniques in watercolor, gouache and acrylic painting.
 
Details:
  • Available in multiple sizes
  • 140lb/300gsm
  • 30 sheets
  • Cold press
  • Acid free 
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The Canson XL Series watercolor pad features heavyweight sheets that are ideal for beginning and intermediate watercolor artists. The durable cold press surface stands up to repeated washes and is suitable for a variety of wet and dry techniques in watercolor, gouache and acrylic painting.
 
Details:
  • Available in multiple sizes
  • 140lb/300gsm
  • 30 sheets
  • Cold press
  • Acid free 
The Canson XL Series watercolor pad features heavyweight sheets that are ideal for beginning and intermediate watercolor artists. The durable cold press surface stands up to repeated washes and is suitable for a variety of wet and dry techniques in watercolor, gouache and acrylic painting.
 
Details:
  • Available in multiple sizes
  • 140lb/300gsm
  • 30 sheets
  • Cold press
  • Acid free 
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Canson® XL® Watercolor Pad is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 209.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Artist Review I am a watercolor, digital, and graphite artist. I started out using the 60 sheet 7x10 Canson multimedia 92 pound paper. I then decided to upgrade to this 30 sheet 9x12 Canson watercolor 140 pound paper. This paper is acid free and has very little pulp in it. It can take more layers of wash, glaze, paint, and heavy lifting/blending than the lighter weight papers. You can apply all watercolor techniques, including blending and lifting techniques. The 9x12 tablet gives me 2x the amount of paper surface than the 7x10, so if youre on a budget, go for that option. I also prefer the tablet rather than the spiral bound book because I can span a sketch or painting over two pieces of paper if needed when i have the pad opened and laying flat. If you are still using a lighter weight watercolor, sketch, or multimedia paper...do yourself a favor and upgrade to this 140 pound watercolor paper pad. You will not be disappointed. Especially if youre using the lighter weight paper because of the price point. You do get more sheets for less money with the lighter paper, but as you progress in your painting technique and application, and you find yourself applying better quality paints, more layers, and so forth, you will be glad you made the switch because this heavier paper quality is much better.
Date published: 2020-08-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not for me It didn't hold up on wet on wet bubbled even when tapped an I didn't use just a little bit of tape
Date published: 2020-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the price and usually on sale! I loved this paper for the project I was doing! I know it's watercolor paper, but I used it to blend acrylic paint on top of to make a kind of sunset sky. Can't wait to frame the paintings!
Date published: 2020-02-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor quality Buckles, pills and tears easily. Not even good for beginners or practicing. Got 2 during BOGO 50% off. Stuck with 2 large pads of useless paper. Waste of money.
Date published: 2019-11-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Water color paper I like it.. it works well with water color, gauche , acrylic and prisma color pencils.... but it does tear very easily
Date published: 2019-09-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This has to be the worst paper on the market This paper is useless for watercolors. It cannot take washes no matter what you do. It buckles and warps. Don't even try to glaze or apply multiple washes. It's not even suitable for practice or beginners. I tried giving it to my preschooler for crafts and it couldn't even stand up to her student grade water colors. I wish I could get my money back. Don't buy this paper.
Date published: 2019-09-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Depends on what Type of Artist You Are I have had decent results using this alongside tutorials that don't go beyond maybe 3 layers of watercolor. Wet in wet it warps a bit even at 140 lb. When I do my own personal work where I am doing more complicated mixing and layering the paper pills EVERY TIME. It is hard to lift and if you mess up it is not very forgiving. So I would reccomend if you are trying to learn basic techniques but move on once your skills get to the point you want to do more complicated blending or wet in wet techniques. Illustrators that use maybe one or two light layers of watercolor seem to think it is fine but I do more "traditional" landscapes and find it pretty frustrating.
Date published: 2019-08-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Useful Paper for Beginning Watercolor The price of paper can be an obstacle -especially during the learning stages while the ravenous, growing painter is encountering how much experimentation lies ahead. You NEED watercolor paper to work this medium. If you attempt it on an inadequate surface it is extremely likely that you will become discouraged. This paper is right on that line where affordability and quality start to intersect -right where the serious student thrives. As you improve enough to require the benefits offered by higher-grades of paper, congratulations. Move on and don’t worry about looking back. There are some truly magnificent papers waiting for you. Until then, use the @#&*% out of this paper and in doing so, build that first relationship with a surface -the starting point from which you will measure not just other papers but the properties of pigments and binders in general. This stuff is 100% cotton, acid free (incase you accidentally create a masterwork that requires archiving) and is sized adequately enough to survive some experimentation without too much brutality. It’s made by a reputable, old-world manufacturer and if you’re nice to it it will be nice to you. Good luck.
Date published: 2019-03-16
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