Paper and boardcards

• Marker paper, Zeta paper: Superior in quality compared to bank/layout paper, slightly more expensive but excellent for marker pens as they will not bleed.

• Tracing pad: An alternative to bank and layout paper, can be purchased as loose sheets.

• Watercolour paper: Can be quite heavily textured, prices vary, use for watercolour paints and pencils - if you are totally covering the paper with paint then you will need to stretch the paper or purchase pre-stretched.

• Presentation papers, card and board: Coloured paper, textured papers, decorative papers, buy only when needed as there are so many colours and finishes to choose from ranging from matt to shiny, hand made paper looks, grainy surfaces etc., plus various weights.

• Mounting board/cards: Various colours and types for presentations, buy as needed.

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