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Watercolor Moleskine

Postby PaintMonster » Thu Dec 08, 2005 12:28 am

The series for long-awaited watercolor paintings was put on the market from MOLESKINE!!
http://www.moleskinerie.com/2005/12/wat ... _mole.html

The sketchbook of MOLESKINE had sufficient thickness.
However, in order that paper might flip moisture, it was difficult to color with watercolors.


It seems very good!!
because Paper is made in France!!

Were someone already used?
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Postby Zoe » Sun Feb 10, 2008 5:58 pm

I have one the Moleskines made for watercolour and would rank it below 10, but greater than 5. It does have a thicker paper than the traditional Moleskines, but it can't be compared favourably with 140 lb watercolour paper I have in other sketchbooks.

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