The Best Cold Press Paper Will Create Mesmerizing Effects In Your Paintings

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Though it can’t quite be called rough, cold press paper has a surface texture with more tooth than its counterpart, hot press paper. It is also more porous, more absorbent, and easier to erase and rework. You can achieve refined textures with your paint, and washes are easier to control. There is no single paper that will work best for everyone, but our guide covers a range of qualities and prices for both beginners and seasoned painters. Here are the best ones in our book.

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