I haven't ready any other replies for which I apologize but here's my two cents:
Originally Posted by Drewb
200+ pages for a sketchbook? I don't think sketchbooks that big exist. 200 SHEETS maybe (2 pages per sheet - front and back). Standard size is 8 1/2 x 11. Traceable paper? The only paper "traceable" is tracing paper, which I have in pads of about 50 sheets (maybe its 25, not sure) but the pages are NOT completely clear. After maybe 5 or 6 "layers" - you wont even clearly see whats on page 1. With sketchbooks, we dont use "layers". We use guidelines, and plan our drawings out using sketches, lightly drawn lines, and thumbnail sketches. If "sketches" "lightly drawn lines" and "Thumbnails" aren't ringing a bell, we have a very big problem here. Oh and in traditional art, we use inches/feet, not pixels. (that's a joke, unless you actually did not know. In which case it would be more of an FYI)
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