So, as I mentioned in the below post, I went ahead and printed on the Strathmore 140lb, cold pressed watercolor paper. I really like that stuff. I find carrying around the paper in the form of a pad or block to be extremely convenient. With blocks one gets the exact seize. With the Strathmore pads the sheet has to be cut from the spiral binding, and then cut again to get a clean surface. I do miss the torn edges I get with Arches paper, but this is just so much more convenient. The 12″ x 18″ sheets work very well with my 11″ x 17″ OHP transparency negative sheets. Of course, with cold pressed paper, one gets a textured surface, which for me, works well with these images which are ‘rough’ looking to begin with.
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