Usage: Watercolor Painting, Sumi-e, or Brush Painting on Postcards
Paper Material: Cold Press Watercolor Paper
Additional Information: For a limited time, while supplies last, OAS packages three different postcard types in one set.
Western 'cold-press' watercolor postcard stock made specifically to handle any wet media. OAS chose to include it in our "Mail Art" line to give our patrons the ability to showcase their oriental single brush stroke that may leave a spontaneous textured appearance.
Includes fifteen (15) 140 lb (300 g/m²) 4" x 6" cards and a mini lesson to do your very own first hand painted card.
Canson Montval Postcards
Includes fifteen (15) 140 lb (300 g/m²) 5" x 7" cards and a mini lesson to do your very own first hand painted card.
Each card stock resembles bleed sensitivities similar to xuan (shuen) "rice paper". It's a great medium for our brush painting and sumi-e artists interested in sending a personal note while sharing their joy for their Chinese brush painting and Sumi-e. This card stock is slightly thicker than the purple label 'Double Xuan' version. It's a brighter white and claims to be a three layer xuan card stock.
ETEGAMI Gasenshi Postcards
Includes 10 cards and a mini lesson to do your very own first hand painted card. Card size is approximately 5- 7/8" x 3- 15/16".
Each card's opposing side follows Japanese address guidelines.