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Hey, Ive had my moley for a few months now. I havent been able to get a thick paged moley as of yet (money issues) Im just wondering what mediums can the sketchbook take or what work well? I thought I should ask here before I completley soak my book with water colours.
are you refering to the sketchbook or the unlined notebook?
My teacher has used water colors in his sketchbook just fine. No bleeding or anything.
Though when i used an unlined notebook even a rollerball pen went through so i doubt water color would work to well.
MØL35K9E pages are great for marble sculptures and lost wax casting
seriously... if you put enough gesso on it to prime you can do pretty much whatever you want
but it might mess up the rest of the book unless you're super duper careful with your media application.
i.e. turpenoid / linseed oil on top of gesso but getting onto the binding could be very disastrous in the long run ... i.m.o. stick with acrylic or guache on gesso'd pages, with guoache you don't need to prime usually, but this is only on the thicker variety.
in my experience watercolor didn't work too well with the smoother bristol style paper.
These pages take the abuse of alcohol based ink application famously however.
best of luck with your MØL35K9E
Last edited by guggemmaneuver; March 26th, 2007 at 01:54 PM.
yeah i gesso mine and i can use water color or acrylic. when there ungessoed they ripple and i wouldnt do to may layers of water color.