Strathmore 9" x 12" Wire Bound Sketch Pad

Strathmore 300 Series Spiral Bound Sketch Pad, 50 Pound Weight, 9” x 12”, 100 Sheets, Acid Free High-quality Lightweight Artist Paper with Micro-Perforated PagesSold as a pad with 100 sheetsPaper Weight: 50 lb / 74 gsm, lightweightMicro-perforation for easy page removalSpiral Binding: Wire, pages turn easily and lie flatFine tooth surface - best for experimentationHigh-quality artist paper for independent workAcid-free sheetsHigh-quality artist paper for independentntationHigh-quality artist paper for independent workAcid-free sheetsHigh-quality artist paper for independent workUse in art class or for independent drawingsFor use with graphite pencil, colored pencil and charcoalExcellent drawing tablet for sketchingStrathmore offers a wide-variety of paper products for educational and artistic use:Drawing & Illustration: Tracing, Newsprint, Sketch, Drawing, Colored Pencil, Bristol, Sequential Art Bristol, Marker & Layout, Pastel, Charcoal, Boards, Mixed Media, Toned Paper, Painting: Watercolor, Palette, Canvas, Acrylic, Boards, Mixed Media,Books & Art Journals: Softcover Art Journals, Hardbound Art Journals, Wirebound Art Journals, Visual JournalsSpecialty Arts & Crafts: Calligraphy, Parchment, Textures, Decorative Sheets, Translucent VellumConnect with Us: strathmoreartistTwitter: strathmoreartPinterest: strathmoreartYoutube: StrathmoreArtistInstagram: strathmoreartHow to Become Better at Drawing:1. Learn how to hold your pencil. Place the pencil between your forefinger and thumb on your dominant hand. Try holding it about a fourth of the way up from the tip. For basic drawing, you don’t want to hold your pencil too close to the tip or you won’t be able to move it enough, while holding it too far back won’t give you enough control. Maintain a loose enough grip so that you can move your fingers, hand, and wrist.2. Practice basic techniques Practice drawing basic shapes freehand. A lot of what you draw is essentially made up of shapes like circles, ovals, squares, rectangles, and triangles. Your art will incorporate these shapes in di read more