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Old 24-03-10, 01:24 PM
Paul B Paul B is offline
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This subject did not seem to stir up much interest but just in case someone has had the same problem, I have found a solution. The Stonehenge paper was not up to the punishment I gave it. The answer is so obvious I feel silly not thinking of it earlier. I took a piece of watercolour paper (HP Arches) and sized it was rabbit skin glue and a touch of Titanium white (to counter any yellowing) before I started drawing. This works really well and means that I can use a variety of papers. I can go over the drawing with another layer of size and pigment if I wish.
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