Toned Sketch in 3 NEW Formats!
We are excited to introduce our popular Toned Sketch paper in 3 new formats! The warm tan and cool gray papers are now available in:
1. Greeting Cards
2. Artist Tiles
3. Full Sized Sheets
Toned Greeting Cards:
Share your artwork and continue the long-standing tradition of hand-written correspondence with these full-sized toned greeting cards. These heavyweight cards (80lb, 216gsm) measure 5”x6.875” and come with matching toned envelopes.
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Toned Artist Tiles:
Heavyweight Artist Tiles in toned tan and gray make for special surfaces for pattern drawing and meditative art. Using bright highlights and dark shadows in patterns makes drawing and designs pop. Toned Tiles are available in 4”x4” packs, and are 80lb, 216gsm.
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Toned Sketch papers in large sheets are perfect for creating larger pieces of art using light and dark media. They are available in 19”x24”, and are 80lb, 118gsm.
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Here’s a reminder of what makes our Toned Sketch papers unique and so fun to work with:
- Starting your artwork using mid-range tan or gray paper allows for unique sketching & drawing possibilities by providing the middle value that would otherwise need to be rendered by the artist.
- A wider range of values from light to dark can be used, and the middle tone makes it easier for the artist to deliberately place shadows and highlights.
- Keeping the value of the paper as one of the values in the drawing not only saves time, but allows the artist to use graphite or other dark media to push darker values and white pencils or other light media to add highlights, making sketches and drawings pop.
- Our Toned papers are 100% recycled, contain 30% post-consumer fiber, and also contain kraft and bark fiber inclusions which adds visual interest.
Also don’t forget about all the other formats that this surface comes in, including pads, hardbound & softcover art journals, and rolls! Learn more about the full line here.