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50 Sheets A4 200gsm White Card - Premium Thick Printing Paper Suitable for All Printers

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It is recommended for artists and amateurs for sketching and drawing with pencil, charcoal, pastel, coloured pencil and ink. This A4 Ryman Card pack is ideal for use in schools, at home and in the office as it can be used for a variety of different printing needs.

The paper is surface sized with pure starch to resist fibre picking on machine litho runs and impart extra fold and surface strength. Finished with a special anti-reflective surface, this substantial poster paper delivers vivid colours and deep black tones, all the while being water-resistant. OBA’s can fade over time, which can cause the paper to yellow, which is why it is important to choose inkjet paper that does not contain OBAs if you want your prints to last for many years. Printed to the highest possible quality using state of the art UK Gel technology on a premium quality paper. Optical brightening agents (OBAs) are fluorescent chemicals that are added to some inkjet papers to make them appear whiter.As a general rule, Digital Photo Papers tend to be much whiter than fine art or fibre base papers, due to the inclusion of optical brightening agents. Its made from 100% wood, and is both acid-free and lignin-free, so you can be sure your work will stand the test of time. A matt 200gsm coated paper with a special ink receiverlayer delivering consistent and excellentresults. The range also includes matt coated paper ranging from 90gsm right through to our highly popular 230gsm.

Papers with a higher gsm are generally more rigid, have more opacity (let less light through) and can generally be easier to handle, although they do tend to be more expensive. The Color Copy Original paper is suitable for both laser and inkjet printers and it has been engineered using ColorLok® technology (a4 and A3 sizes) to achieve the best possible prints: a special additive has been added to the paper to deliver more saturated colours, bolder blacks, and faster drying times. The surfaces have been made to imitate old darkroom papers formerly available for darkroom production e. This is a more nuanced printing, which results in a different feel, with a more "physical" approach to the image. The CIE whiteness index is calculated by measuring the amount of light reflected by the paper across the visible spectrum.

Ensuring that inks don't mix to provide you with a level of colour separation and clarity that cannot be beaten, this heavy-duty paper is designed for precision use. Some papers may fall into multiple groups, for example; lustre and pearl could also be considered a semi-gloss paper or a gloss paper may be double sided. As a general rule, photo papers tend to be under 300gsm and a paper over 300gsm is usually considered to be a Fine Art paper however heavier weight photographic papers are becoming more commonplace. This heavier-weight version has a soft, textured feel, making it wonderful for pencil, graphite and charcoal, but also for gouache.

The Fabriano Accademia 200gsm Drawing Paper Roll is artist paper from a maker with over seven centuries' experience, using both traditional and modern techniques to create the very highest quality products. This is measured in gsm or grams per square metre and is a measure of the weight of the paper, not to be confused with paper thickness. The paper surface refers to the overall surface characteristic of the paper, achieved using different types of inkjet receivable coatings. Perfect for photography, posters, lab repro, exhibition use, graphic art and other types of reproductions.

Color Copy Original paper is available in a choice of sizes and weights, perfect for all your colour digital printing needs.

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