The paper in this sketchbook is really pleasant, the paper holds water really well with minimal buckling and the colors hold their vibrancy✨ I think this sketchbook is ideal for casual painting since it's so easy to carry around - and it's also the perfect size to fit in your bag. Overall a really unique and lovely sketchbook that I can't wait to use more!
Tried out my new Dr. Ph. Martin's watercolours on my @mosseryco sketchbook. I really like how the mixed media paper absorbs inks and watercolours💖
Now i used this sketchbook for a while and i have to say that i really like the paper of it. It’s a high quality mixed media paper with fine grain that is fine enough for pencils but grainy and heavy enough (224gsm) for wet media. The sizing is very good and holds watercolors and ink very well without feathering.
Here’s a fun little mermaid/serpent sketch in my @mosseryco watercolor sketchbook! I wanted to test out how their new watercolor paper handles a lot of water. It warped a little like most papers, but nothing a little tape can’t fix! The texture is nice and I love the rounded corners in their sketchbooks😍 overall it’s one of my favorite watercolor sketchbooks but the fact that you can customize it makes it even more✨💯👌🏼😍
Tried the @mosseryco watercolor sketchbook paper out today, and this is the result! I really liked the grain of this paper, it's just the right amount of smooth for me❤️ and warping is minimal too. I tried out their mixed media paper before on another occasion and liked that one as well, but this one is definitely more suited for more detail oriented work!
Here's my first page in @mosseryco watercolor sketchbook 😊 I tried much brighter colours than my usual watercolor works and I think I like it! With the sketchbook, I'm honestly impressed at how little the paper buckled in the process. It is cold pressed and has a nice subtle texture - not too much tooth which is perfect for me as I've been leaning towards smoother papers lately.
I love it so much! It’s such a beautiful sketchbook, it comes with 300 gsm watercolor paper and the surface has a subtle tooth to it. The paper takes the watercolor nicely, and only warps ever so slightly ~ which is so rare in watercolor sketchbook!
uhmmm, are you done? 'cause I got lives to save 💪💖 Drew @babsdraws' Bosozoku Sailor moon redesign for my first try painting on @mosseryco notebook! I gotta say, I'm impressed! The page doesn't buckle despite my heavy gouache painting and markers don't leave marks on the next page. Y'all gotta try it for yourself too! 😊💖 i got the 70 pages mixed media paper btw!
Artwork by Angelyn Peh
I ordered a refillable watercolor sketchbook so that I could continue to use it after I’ve filled the paper with paintings and just purchase inserts from here on out. I’m happy with the watercolor paper, but was expecting and wish that the cover would be hardier so that it would last, especially for the price. Instead, I expect that by the time the notebook is full the thin pressed paper cover along with its internal thinner paper pockets that hold the inserts in will be ripped or too worn to reuse. To give you an idea of the cover strength, it’s thinner and not as strong as a hardback novel. It’s closer to a slightly more enforced paper back.