Since 1557, the Canson paper mill in Annonay, France has produced the finest art papers available. The Canson tradition was started by the Montgolfier family (best known for the adaptation of their paper to the 1783 invention of the first hot air balloon) and carried on by the Canson family.
Though industrialization has modernized the way certain papers are produced, much of the process and many of the features remain the same today. Pure French stream water, natural fibers and five centuries of experience contribute to the manufacture of the highest quality papers in the world.
Canson has adapted their most popular art papers by coating them for inkjet printing and also created several new papers for their digital line. All papers are fine art and archival quality for lasting works of art.
Make the move from comics fan to comics creator with Canson Fanboy papers. Available in industry standard sizes for comic and manga strips, pages, and covers. Extra-white, extra-smooth, acid-free paper accepts ink, marker, felt tip, pencil and scans easily. Papers are erasable, with no marker bleed-through. Non-repro blue guidelines help you create panels and maintain character proportions.
Canson's range of dual surface papers offer not only quality and versatility but are also economical. This video will introduce you to each of these special sheets.
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