Each Wednesday for 22 weeks, I'll be sharing artwork that was done on paper from a Schut Papier sampler. I'll be giving you a little information about each of the papers. And, okay--I called it Watercolor Wednesday, but half the time I'll be showing you pen, fountain pen and marker work on drawing paper. So, sue me, lol. I just liked the alliteration of Watercolor Wednesday!
Schut Laurier 250 grams/115 lbs Printmaking paper
Printmaking paper made of 100% cotton. This is a heavy, but flexible paper that folds without creasing or breaking. It has a soft finish, almost fuzzy so it might clog some pens.
Since it is printmaking paper, it would be great for Gelli plates and other types of hand printmaking. I don't get into that much so I used fountain pens on the first piece and Pigma Graphic .05 Sepia on the second. Despite my comment about clogging, I had no problems in that area. I'd still hesitate to use finer point pens, especially those with fabric tips like the Pigma Micron.