Asked by connorplz
Thanks! I hope you can too, but I think it HAS filled up already (my gosh!).
Asked by stunturn
I enjoy certain brands of cold-press watercolor (Canson’s good) and print-making papers. Arches and Stonehenge are lovely for it. It depends a little how you work of course (more water, more weight to the paper) but I work fairly graphic, with less water, so I go with something around 100lb. You need a balance of appropriate weight and tooth. If your paper or board is too smooth, like hot-press watercolor or bristol, your gouache won’t have anything to grip.