For inexpensive paper that was great I used to use paper from Molly Hawkins house. I beleive it was 115 lb.
Look for a 80 lb. weight paper in the catalogs that will be good for pencil and charcoal. I bought Strathmore 400, but it is more expensive . You can give it to your more advanced class.
San Jose, CA
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> I was wondering if anyone can recommend a brand of drawing
> paper I could use for charcoal and pencil that has some
> teeth to hold the value.
> We used to use some construction paper but the new paper
> they ordered is flat as copy paper. Thanks so much.
> Trish Ackerman
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