GRAPHITE TRANSFER PAPER - CARBON TRACING PAPER FOR ARTISTS - 50 SHEETS - 9" x 13" - WITH WAX - MYARTSCAPE (BLACK)
Is Designing Your Artwork by Hand Time Consuming and Tiring?
MyArtscape Graphite Transfer Paper is a specialized transfer paper that uses carbon to transfer a design from one surface to another. Quickly transfer your designs onto your craft project with paper that is a joy to use. This premium paper has an 8% wax content, which creates stronger, cleaner, bolder lines compared to other leading brands. Use this to simplify your art works, reducing the time needed to sketch artworks, making your art time more enjoyable.
Why is MyArtscape Graphite Transfer Paper Superior?
✔ Better Value - Get 50 Sheets, While Other Brands Include Only 20 Sheets
✔ Bolder Lines - Create Cleaner, More Consistent and Sharper Lines
✔ Stronger, More Durable Sheets - May be Reused Several Times
✔ Cleaner to Use - Added Wax Makes the Paper Cleaner to Use
✔ Erasable Lines - Easy to Erase with a Kneaded Eraser
✔ Wont Bleed - Will Not Bleed Through Paint
- Tole Painting
- Note: Not suitable for fabrics and sewing projects
- 50 Sheets - 9" x 13" Graphite Paper Sheets (not folded)
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This product is not suitable for use on watercolor paper by watercolor artists, as it does not erase easily (more like, not at all). It behaves like black carbon paper...its coating is black and makes VERY dark marks even with normal pencil pressure. By contrast, the graphite paper I purchase from a competitor is a silvery dark gray and erases very easily from watercolor paper with a kneaded eraser. With this paper, I could barely erase the marks with an electric eraser; my kneaded eraser didn't lighten the marks at all. If you're a watercolor artist looking for graphite paper that makes marks that are easily erased or lightened with a kneaded eraser, avoid this product.
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You can reuse sheets. There is some loss so I use it on less intensive pieces for the second and third times.
With the composition outline done I can finally focus on the art and detail. I can get into art again.