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Fabriano Quadrato

From the 2-Part Series “Choosing a Journal for Penwork” by Sandra Strait.

“Remember earlier I mentioned that ‘Italian’ usually mean goods stuff when it comes to paper? Fabriano paper proves this. It’s lovely, lovely paper, so I was over the moon when I just received an early Christmas present — a …

Fabriano Quadrato Artist’s Journal – The softcover is a heavy cardstock that comes in 2 sizes, 6″x6″, 9″x9″, both with 96 pages. The awesome thing about this journal is that the paper comes in six light earth-tones: warm White, Hazel Brown, Ash, Felt Blue, Light Green and Ivory. The online information say that it is excellent for writing ink, pencil, charcoal, and pastel. The paper is smooth but does have some grain. Overall, the journal is light in weight for its size. Sadly, a few pages have imperfections. I think they are impressions from something sitting on the page, so it could just be my journal in hand, and not something that would occur in all the journals. I haven’t had a chance to draw in it yet, but I know it’s going to be fabulous.”

Find Fabriano’s Quadrato Artist’s Journal on Amazon

Here are both sizes of Fabriano’s Quadrato Artist’s Journal on Amazon.

Be sure to read Sandra’s entire article here. She shares a wealth of knowledge and valuable experience about choosing a journal for penwork.

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