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Stonehenge is an affordable paper that offers archival qualities at a machine-made price. Made in the USA from buffered, acid-free 100% cotton, this versatile paper has a smooth, flawless vellum surface with a slight tooth and a fine, even grain.
Available in convenient drawing pads, Stonehenge paper is ideal for etching, screen printing, embossing, drawing, and painting with a variety of media, including pastels, pen-and-ink, pencils, charcoal, acrylics, and watercolors.
Stonehenge Drawing Paper Pads are an ideal companion for travel and on-site drawing.
Stonehenge Multi Color Pads
The Stonehenge Multi Pads contain three sheets each of five Stonehenge colors, including Warm White, Natural, Cream, Fawn, and Pearl Gray, so artists can flip to the desired color as needed.
5" × 7"
127 mm × 178 mm
8" × 8"
203 mm × 203 mm
9" × 12"
229 mm × 305 mm
11" × 14"
279 mm × 356 mm
18" × 24"
457 mm × 610 mm
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from Centralia WA
Comments about Stonehenge Drawing Paper Pads:
I purchased this paper on the recommendation of a leading colored pencil painter and haven't been disappointed. It has a slightly pebbled surface on one side and a flatter surface on the other side so there are some automatic choices built in. The weight allows me to texturize the paper where needed. It also allows me to use various coats of mineral spirits or water and holds up to erasing well. I have not been fighting the paper- just myself. I purchased several sizes and the smallest size to use as thumbnails and practice. White only so far.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Stonehenge is the best!
By Moon Shines Brightly
Stonehenge pads and paper are my absolute favorite. I introduced these papers to my most advanced students last semester. I demonstrated how fantastically Stonehenge papers hold up to the application of layer after layer of watercolor paint without buckling. On one piece, it took six layers of watercolor paint to get the exact blend of colors I wanted. I mixed up extra paint so I would have plenty for the next stage of the process. Then the fun began! I was demo-ing using salt to create a splatter effect. I applied a seventh layer of watercolor paint, sprinkling on the salt as I went. It was allowed to dry prior to removing the salt. It turned out beautifully and without any buckling in the paper whatsoever! This first one was shades of blue, turquoise, and light green. The second one was a background of warm colors that I wanted as intense like fire as I could get them. I repeated the same exact steps as I did the first time and achieved the same splatter effect with absolutely no buckling of the Stonehenge paper. The colors were not as intense as I wanted, so after school that day, I added an extra coat of watercolor paint and salted it again. The next morning when I checked it, the color was more what I wanted but the splatter effect wasn't what I wanted. To remove this layer of salt required some gentle but firm rubbing. After school on this day, I added another layer of the paint and got the color intensity of fire that I wanted and added the salt. The next morning when I checked it, the splatter effect still was not there but after I brushed and rubbed off the salt, what I did get was a fiery background with an awesome sueded feeling to it. All of this was done to this third piece of Stonehenge paper with absolutely NO buckling or warping of the paper! My students were amazed at what this paper could be put through and still look beautiful. On each of these were put block prints of colors that would correspond to its background but not pure black.It was an excellent "teaching moment" about the difference in student-grade materials and artist-grade materials.
so far great paper no complaints
By peacock lady
from Post Falls Idaho
great for colored pencils easy to work with.
from Jackson, MI
Stonehendge is my paper of choice for colored pencil work. I like the fact that it comes in several colors.
from Sarasota, FL
Terrific paper for colored pencil or graphite. Sturdy with nice texture. Pen and Ink could be used with it too. With colored pencil you could even use a little solvent to smooth out the color and the paper holds up. Watercolor pencils will work too if you don't wet the paper too much. Nice color tint - white but not too glaring.
Stonehenge Drawing Paper Pad 8"x8"
from Chico, CA
I have been doing a series of Prismacolor pencil drawings. I typically use the Strathmore 400 series Bristol Vellum for thses drawings, but was reading a book that said that this paper was excellent for Prismacolor pencils as well. Since I had not used it before I wanted to find a reasonable size for testing. I was delighted to find that Blick offers an 8"x8" drawing pad of this great paper. It's a great size for exploring and testing colored pencil techniques, layering colors and trying out some small drawings. So far I am very pleased with the paper for colored pencil drawing. I am also pleased with the prompt service from Blick.
from Maiden, NC
Stonehenge papers are perfect for colored pencil drawings. The paper is deep enough to get lots of color cover to add lots of layers and perfect blending.
"I would buy this product again and again
from sao Paulo, Brasil
I use this products for drawing, it is very good
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
excellent for drawing media
from proctor, oklahoma
I use the Stonehenge papers with many different media-----colored pencil, pencil, watercolor and even acrylic paint. Very good with all these media.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
My favorite paper
I love that this paper is made in the USA and is 100% cotton. I am a colored pencil artist and this is my absolute favorite paper to work on. The paper is strong and allows for heavy rubbing, erasing, and several layers of colored pencil. I use the back side of the paper, which is slightly smoother than the front.Be aware that the paper is held together with glue in these pads. Every now and then, removing a sheet is really difficult and occasionally the glue rips off a bit on the edge. It does not affect me since I do not color all the way to the edge of the paper, but it might be a great annoyance for others!
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