cartridge paper


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cartridge paper

a heavy paper used in making cartridges or as drawing or printing paper
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* 6" x 24" strips of cartridge paper (or any nice-quality drawing paper)
Other miscellaneous papers described include cartridge paper, used almost exclusively for drawing by the nineteenth century although so called because originally rolled tubes of it containing gunpowder or lead shot were used in guns.
The fine tones of watercolors are recreated on top-quality cartridge paper, identical to the original, according to company officials.
THE long, graceful fingers flow effortlessly across the thick, white cartridge paper.
Having found a fish of ample girth and an interesting silhouette, my students drew it on a sheet of 12" (31 cm) long cartridge paper, then cut it out to make a template.
Tenders are invited for Etender for supply of white cartridge paper 61x86 cms 150 gsm
She also transfers her enormous charcoal drawings directly onto gallery walls and pockmarks huge pages of cartridge paper with lead shot to suggest peeling birch bark.
At one point some cartridge paper debris stuck in the bolt face recess and the bolt would not close.
The tribunal also found that the appearance of the journal, on clean acetate sheets rather than, as she had said, cartridge paper which was subsequently cut up and altered, cast doubt on her version of the story.
One of these drawings was then chosen to be squared up and enlarged onto cartridge paper. When we discussed color schemes, some students chose to use the earth colors and neutrals of the traditional work, while others were attracted to the vibrant colors of more recently developed styles.