Dude, chuck out that old Costco stuff and stick with the good paper. Then you can go sell your drawings! >:) Or keep them. These are really nice. I would be tempted to keep 'em..
Your last few updates have been pretty dang good.. Keep it up
Meg - Costco is my new favorite for art supplies.(Right after ToysRus) The paper I was using was actually acid free 8.5x14 photo copier paper which was good except for its weight. Need to be light on water when I paint on it. It comes out to be about 1 cent per page. Can't get any cheaper than that.(Unless you can get them for free.)You can also get a great set of acid free colored construction paper by Crayola(AKA Sanchez brand) in Costco for $12.00. They come in literally hundreds of sheets in 12x18 and 9x12. Yeah... I know I am cheap. Costco is the new Walgreen for me... until they open Walgreen Canada anyway. *smile*Loop - After months of my usual die hard workshop attendance, I finally started to run one of the workshop there. Besides not having to pay for the session, I also get to set up the lighting properly.(Thanks god!) It is really a meaning less step, but made painting session far more enjoyable than before.(I must sounded pretty desperate... *laughing*)Yes, I have been brain washing whole bunch of old re-tired people with the Craig-z teaching in painting. Hopefully I will gather enough voice to change the quality of the local workshop for better.
put a copyright on these if you are labelling them, Jim!
Chuck - Yeah... I totally forgot about that. Thanks for the reminder. Thanks god for the portfolio class. Without it, my stuff will never be "somewhat" organized.(It is still a mess, but a better pile mess than the previous one...)
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