This review addresses some characteristics not
expanded in the excellent and comprehensive
posting here ("Try this paper just ..."). Writing
applications are very well covered there. This is
for those who need more information for their
paper projects other than correspondence.
This medium is surprisingly brawny for such a thin
paper. It stands up well to wet media
(transparent watercolors, brushed inks), paper
mechanics (origami, pop-up pagination, envelopes,
Japanese fans and lanterns), and one-off prints
(linoleum block, rubber stamp) for tipping-in by
custom book makers. Wet media pucker occurs but
relaxes when the medium dries, returning to a flat
and dimensionally stable condition.
The paper does not dilute black into a gray b...