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Blair Synthetic: Airbrush Paper you can erase and scratch!
This is the paper I will be using for this painting. Its the first time I will be using it but I have heard good things about it so lets try it out and see what happens. You can buy this paper from this link
Since the discontinuance of Crescent 9208 and 9218, there has been no paper or board that can tolerate the blade. This new paper has been specifically made for the airbrush that allows scratching and erasing for special effects. The best news is that this paper is double sided.
This is a new technology of paper that allows light printing of line art through your ink jet printer. It cannot tear easily and is ph neutral for archival applications.
Please note: While this paper is designed for use with the blade; however, improper, repeated or excessive application of pressure with the blade can and will cause damage. Exercise caution. Being a non-absorbent surface, it is recommended that you wash the paper with a gentle soap to remove any grease or oil from your fingers. Different paints have different adhesive characteristics, so it is advised that you test your paint to determine its resilience to errant scratches.