It's the nearest you can get to the American Yupo paper.
It's quite wonderful and different to anything I've ever painted on before.
|Mary Kemp - St. George's Day.|
Watercolour just skates over the surface and settles into puddles. You need to be quite controlled in use.
Colour will lift off with a wipe leaving a pristine white surface, you can polish the colour to get a smooth wash and a drop of water will plunge the whole lot into chaos.
I tried overlaying a wash but that didn't work.
I tried drawing over with a pen but the pen clogged up.
But the colour is so bright and clear, I used inks and I used watercolour.
Lots more experimenting to be done.