Your Masters' Paper Packet contains 24 sheets of each type
of paper the Masters use.
By having 24 sheets of each color, you will feel free to experiment and try your projects multiple times without feeling like you need to conserve on paper.
My drawing drawers are full of paper, so when I need to start a project, I just go to the drawer instead of the store.
Paper is a consumable product so even if you've bought a few sheets of this paper, you will do well to buy more, so that you can have it on hand when you need to create projects in this workshop or if you want to do projects on your own after CPC finishes.
Some of these papers cannot be found outside of our company and even though we stopped selling supplies (technically), we've found that we need to carry certain things you can't find elsewhere.
24 sheets of each of the following colored pencil papers Masters use and this packet of paper is cut to the convenient size of 9x12:
1- White paper: This is used for bright objects and for subjects that have white as the dominant hue. It's also used for an underpainting technique. This has a "bite" to it but it's not so textured that you can't get a smooth look. This is the only white paper I feel is suitable for colored pencils and it's not sold in art stores.
2- I use the smooth side of this paper to draw portraits, pets, and wild animals. This paper creates a great dramatic contrast and can make your pencils pop!
3- I use the smooth side of this paper to draw portraits, pets, and some animals. This paper is a perfect tone for Caucasian flesh and lends a soft subtle hue to your pencil pieces.
4- This is perfect for tonal value drawings, when you want a subtle or powerful effect in your art work. Great for historical portrait but works well for any subject, like pets, animals, even flowers and other subjects where you want tonal values.
5-This was used for the Bunting workshop and is also great for scenes in nature.
6- I use the smooth side of this paper to draw portraits, pets, and some animals. This paper is a perfect tone for Caucasian flesh and lends a soft subtle hue to your pencil pieces.
7- Black: I use black paper for tonal value drawings and also for creating very DRAMATIC drawings with bright colors that POP off the paper.