Keep Smiling Watercolor Pad ideal for watercolor techniques. Size is A3. Thick pages quickly absorb water to maximize blending capabilities. Each sheet features a smooth side and a more textured side, providing ample possibilities for creativity.
Sketchbook, Drawing Paper, and Drawing Pencils
To plan a painting composition, an artist usually begins by sketching the subject on drawing paper or a sketchbook using drawing pencils. When satisfied with the composition, the artist can then transfer it onto a sheet of watercolor paper before beginning the painting. The outline drawing is then used as a guide for the composition.
Something as simple as newsprint paper and a standard lead pencil is sufficient for this purpose.
Watercolor paper comes in a variety of shapes, sizes, and paper qualities. The paper most preferred by watercolorists includes.