Bee Stipple Paper is Awesome!

I had a the opportunity to illustrate a series of 38 illustrations for a book teaching English as a second language. They pencil drawings were executed on my new favorite paper–Stipple Paper from Bee Paper. It’s pebble surface creates a uniform texture that simulate stippled tones. This must have been what Andrew Loomis and Jack Hamm used in their drawing instruction books. I dig that look.

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