Superior for use with art and drafting instruments and brushes. Higgins inks may be thinned with water for washes and are excellent for use with airbrushes. Superwhite, White, Neutral Gray, and Russet are waterproof. All colors come in non-breakable, 1 oz. bottles with dropper tops.
Formulated for use on polyester film, this ink is non-etching, non-corrosive, free-flowing, and non-clogging. It reproduces well and may be used on tracing vellum, drafting cloth and other film surfaces. In 1 oz. bottles.
This natural white paper is ideally suited for printmaking processes that require a heavier paper such as lithography, intaglio, and screen print. Also suitable for relief printing. The medium-textured surface is soft, durable, and can absorb large amounts of ink. Paper is high alpha cellulose wood fiber.
Strathmore Oil Painting paper provides artists with a convenient alternative to canvases or boards for oil paints or oil pastels. No gesso is required to prevent oil saturation, just simply tear out a sheet and start painting. The linen surface mimics canvas while providing texture to help blend and hold layers of paint in place. Intended for the creation of final art pieces. Ten 215lb. sheets per glue-bound pad.
The Strathmore Learning Series incorporates step-by-step art lessons, developed by art instructors, into a pad of quality Strathmore paper. Online video tutorials for each pad create an integrated learning experience that help beginning and experienced artists explore a new art style. Each wire-bound 9″ x 12″ pad features 30 step-by-step themed drawing lessons, ten online video tutorials available at www.strathmorelearning.com and 40 sheets of 200 Series Drawing paper.
A smooth surface and light sizing makes this paper a favorite with artists and printmakers working in practically every technique. Mold-made, 100% cotton, acid-free and buffered, the sheets have four deckled edges and a registered watermark. Excellent for all hand-printing processes, lithography, intaglio etching, wood engraving, silkscreen, linocut and collotype. They may also be used for embossing and drawing, though they are not recommended for offset printing.