Glassine is most commonly used as a protective interleaf or overlay for drawings, prints, and photos. Resistant to air, water, and oily materials. Glassine can also be used as a release liner, and adhesive tape is usually rendered removable. When used as a protective overlay for paintings, paints must be thoroughly dried or cured paint may adhere to the glassine and damage the surface of the painting. It is not recommended as a wrap for paintings over long periods of time. Made in the USA.
Formats: Hardcover books. tape bound pads, and spiral bound pads
The smooth, hard surface of Paris Paper for Pens is the ideal surface for detailed pen-and-ink illustrations. The surface resists feathering and is bleed-proof, lines are crisp and colors are vibrant. Compatible with a wide range of hard nibbed pens and fiber tipped markers. Acid-Free. Made in the USA.