Average Customer Review
5 out of 5 people found the following review helpful
The Croquis pocket series...
, September 11, 2011
The Croquis pocket series S 163 is supposed to be ideal with watercolors. I
used my water brush on one of the pages and the page immediately buckled and
some of the color went through the back onto the next page. I'm not extremely
generous with my water because I usually wet my color and put it on the lid of
my container. This was using pan watercolors and Micron pens. I'm not too
worried about the buckling but I don't like the paper underneath taking on color
from the previous page.
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful
Very good for labcoat...
, November 6, 2011
Very good for labcoat pockets or scrub pockets. Large enough that there is space
for actual meaningful information (and not just 1-2 word phrases on each line),
but not too large that it's cumbersome to carry around. The exact right size.
This paper thickness is also ideal - I would compare it to somewhere between
24lb paper and thinner cardstock. It's definitely thicker than regular paper.
The lighter paper varieties of this notebook are too thin for me, but others may
prever them. I dislike them because even if the ink doesn't transfer to the
sheet below, the imprint or indentation will.
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful
I really enjoy these...
, November 7, 2013
I really enjoy these sketchbooks, but they are so incredibly small, too small to
be worth the price? If you draw small, they're definitely for you, if you don't;
settle for a regular sized sketchbook from the art store.