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Watercolor paper is made with a blend of wood pulp and cotton fibers, making it strong enough to take in large amounts of water. They come in either natural white or bright white. Natural white is a warm off-white than leans close to a creamy, eggshell color. It does not contain any chemicals to bleach it to its white color and is acid-free and neutral pH. Bright white has been bleached with chemicals to get its cool, vibrant white. It is still acid-free and neutral pH despite the chemicals used to create it.
Watercolor papers are available in individual sheets, sheet packs, pads and blocks. They also are in different weights and sizes. If you intend to work in several layers and use wet-in-wet techniques often, it is better to get one that is 140lbs are more.
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