Etchr Mixed Media A4 Sketchbook, 8-1/4" x 11-3/4"

Item ID
ETR-1015
Availability: In stock

Ships Tuesday, August 03 if ordered in the next 09 hours and 08 minutes!

Quick Overview

Etchr Sketchbooks are filled with archival cotton cold pressed paper that's tough enough for mixed media applications. The hefty paper weight of 81 lbs. (220 gsm) is ideal for watercolorists who work wet-in-wet, scumble, scrub, and lift.
$39.00
Best Price
Best Price - This is the lowest price offered for an item. Additional discounts cannot be applied.
List Price $39.00

Etchr Mixed Media Sketchbooks are filled with 26 pages of archival 100% cotton cold press paper that's tough enough for mixed media applications. At 81 lbs. (220 gsm), the hefty paper is internally and externally sized which is ideal for watercolorists who work wet-in-wet, scumble, scrub, and lift.

These hardbound books open flat so you can sketch or paint across the fold. They're elegantly bound in a landscape format with a cotton canvas cover that can be primed and painted in your own personal style. A gray band closure keeps it closed while in your bag, a gray ribbon saves your place, and a handy pocket in the back holds loose materials.

More Information
Brand Etchr
Series Sketchbook
Size 8-1/4" x 11-3/4"
Style Landscape
Paper Weight 81 lb. (220 gsm)
Texture Cold Press
Sheets 26
Binding Hardbound
No. 1015

From Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff Art Blog

Tips, tricks, thoughts and inspiration from across the art spectrum.

Free Artist Video Lessons

View our YouTube Channel for More!

From Cheap Joe’s Art Blog

Tips, tricks, thoughts, and inspiration from across the art spectrum.

Image showing brush making a watercolor washImage showing brush making a watercolor wash

The Versatility of Winsor & Newton Quinacridone Colors

Enjoy this blog post highlighting the endless color characteristics and versatility of Winsor & Newton Quinacridone Colors.

Read More

Free Artist Video Lessons

View our YouTube Channel for More!

Cheap Joe's 2 Minute Art Tips - Creating In The Absence of Light

Julie asks some existential artist questions: Would your art be different if you knew there was a limited audience? Would you make it differently? Who are you creating for?

View on YouTube