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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.

http://www.moleskineart.com/#news

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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