Drawing paper for many purposes
It is a matter of which pen you choose when visualizing text, figures, shapes and more. Another thing is which paper you choose. Namely, it is just as crucial for the end result, that you choose a base that suits your project in both size, material and design.
Therefore, we are happy to present our selection of drawing paper to you. We offer several different sizes and qualities that can be combined with everything from pencil to paint. Explore the many possibilities and find exactly what you are looking for!
Large selection of sizes
Whether you are going to paint a large picture or just make a small note, we have the right paper for you. In our range you will find all sizes from the smaller A5 to the large formats in A2.
Do you want the product to be delivered in rolls or blocks? We have both the classic drawing pads and the professional rolls, and sketch pads and magazines are also opportunities we offer you.
Drawing paper of good quality
If you have been drawing for many years, you know that there is a big difference in quality and that it can be decisive for the finished result.
Do you want to avoid bumps and crooked lines? We offer drawing paper of several qualities so that both experienced and beginners can develop their drawing and painting.
Do you prefer to express yourself with pencil, paint or paint? Our materials are suitable for all types of pencils, so you can use pencil, ink, charcoal, water and oil based paints.
The surface affects the subject
Do you dream of painting adventurous landscapes or do you work more abstractly? The surface of the surface affects the motif and expression you create.
In the range, you will find both options with a smooth surface, so that the lines are evenly distributed, and a rough surface that gives the motif a shaken look. It is especially suitable to choose if you paint and draw abstract.
Choose the right thickness
Just as size, shape and surface are important for the drawing paper, you must also consider the thickness of the substrate.
The thin variants are good for sketches, while a thicker paper is ideal for real pictures painted with oil or watercolour.