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SAA Watercolour Practice Paper Block 1/4 Imperial, NOT, 12 Sheets

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SAA Practice Paper
Our best has just got even better!

Practice makes perfect - but needn't be expensive.
Just because you're saving on money doesn't mean you should have to compromise on quality. That's why we've redeveloped our range of popular practice paper - to give you the chance to experiment with a superior …
SAA Practice Paper
Our best has just got even better!

Practice makes perfect - but needn't be expensive.
Just because you're saving on money doesn't mean you should have to compromise on quality. That's why we've redeveloped our range of popular practice paper - to give you the chance to experiment with a superior paper that is available at an affordable price.

The stunning NEW range of 300gsm/140lbs SAA Practice Paper features a new absorbent surface that has been specially developed to keep your colours clean and bright - great for washes, blending and bringing your paintings to life.

Now you can afford to practise as much as you want, without worrying about the cost!
Quality paper available at a sensational price.

Available as loose sheet packs, pads and blocks.

1/4 Imperial: 28x38cm | 11x15"
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NON - MEMBER PRICE: £14.10
SAA PRICE £11.25

Availability: In stock

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Posted by Jacqui Longhurst, Friday, 13 October 2017 on product SAA Watercolour Practice Paper Block 1/4 Imperial, NOT, 12 Sheets

Question:

Please could you tell me the difference between pads and blocks ?

Answers:

  • Posted by Joshua Grant on Friday, 13 October 2017

    Pads -These can be spiral bound or glued along one edge of the paper .This can be either the short edge (portrait) or the long edge (landscape).

    Spiral Pads - are ideal for painting on location as you can keep all your sketches in the same pad and just flip over the page and start again.

    Glued Pads - do not have the advantage of being able to turn the page but it allows a portable way of transporting the paper on location

    Blocks -These are glued on all four sides with a strong backing board. Some blocks have an opening to allow the sheets to be separated when the panting is dry. The reason the paper is glued on all four sides is to help prevent the paper from crinkling when it is wet (cockling). The paper may still cockle in the large blocks but smaller ones are useful especially for location painting. They are convenient to take on holidays or trips.

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