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Old 20-08-09, 03:13 PM
Alessandra Kelley Alessandra Kelley is offline
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There are better papers than the soft, cotton-raggy, high-quality watercolor paper for heavy drawing reworking. Depending on how heavily you draw, you should be able to erase a reasonable amount from, say, acid-free bristol board, which is a good deal tougher under this treatment than gorgeous but tender watercolor paper.
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