IVstudios wrote:Or, if you really want to work on one sheet of paper: scan one half, flip it over and scan the other and line up the two pieces in Photoshop. This can be tricky and you'll have to clean it up a bit to get rid of any lines or color inconsistencies, but isn't too difficult.
IVstudios wrote:I assume the reason you prefer the larger paper is because it's easier to paint big than small.
IVstudios wrote:Back in college we'd tape the edges of the paper to a board using a low tac tape. Less messy than glue, but it reduces your workable area a bit.
VeryCuddlyCornpone wrote:then place a book or other heavy object on top
RobboAKAscooby wrote:VeryCuddlyCornpone wrote:then place a book or other heavy object on top
Another reason every artist should have a nice big anatomy book
IVstudios wrote:There was also one person in the class who had this nifty pad of watercolor paper where each sheet was glued to the one below it. Sort of like a pad of sticky notes but on all the edges instead of just the top. Not sure where they got it but it was quite nice.
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