Everybody likes to at least doodle, but with our computer age, we rarely have paper around anymore. Drawing can be relaxing, and stress relieving. I like having a sketch pad around to make lists, draw how I would like my furniture set up, playing games with my son, and so much more. Now that adult coloring books are coming out, adults are getting back into being more creative too. That’s another great reason to having a sketchbook around. The paper is acid free, so if you did create something fun, it can be displayed and enjoyed. The paper is a solid weight at 60lbs. This is a 9”x12” sketchpad, and there are 100 pages in the book. Each page is nicely perforated as well, so your work is easy to remove, even if it is just a chore list, lol. To remove a page neatly, careful bend your sheet over at the perforations, and press that crease down fully. Drag your nail across it to make sure. Then carefully, and slowly start separating the page from the book by holding down the area with one hand, and pulling the page with the other. The paper is smooth to write on, and can handle colored pencils, and markers, charcoal, pastels, etc.. on it. The paper has a soft white finish to it, and is easy on the eyes. It’s a nice quality sketchbook. I really couldn’t ask for anything more.
I was afforded the opportunity to review Colore’s Sketch Pad – Durable Sketching Paper And Notebook Material – Great For Drawing With Colored Pencils – 9×12 Spiral Sketchbook, at a reduced cost, in exchange for an unbiased and honest review. This product arrives as shown.
If you would like to purchase this sketchbook, it can be found here on Amazon.: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0168Y3ED6?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_search_detailpage