a high quality heavy weight drawing paper, sometimes made with cotton fiber prepared or glued together, usually with a caliper thickness of 0.006" and up, used for many types of two-dimensional artwork, including lettering.
Heavy duty paper board with soft surface Sold in thickness based on weight - 10 Ib., 20 Ib.
A type of lightly textured drawing paper that is typically stiff and holds up well to multiple erasing. Includes two types of surfaces – Smooth or Plate finish, which is ideal for pencil and ink, and Vellum or Kid, which is slightly more textured and works well with crayon and charcoal.
a fine board made in various qualities for drawing.
A fine board made in various qualities for illustration.
Paperboard comprising three or more layers, where the outermost layers are wood-free, while the inner material may contain wood. Bristol board is not coated and is therefore a natural paperboard; it is durable and produces good results in offset printing and finishing. Typical fields of application include postcards, envelopes and packaging materials.
A board paper of various thickness; having a smooth finish and used for printing and drawing.
A printing substrate usually with a caliper thickness of 0.006 and up-- (90 lbs. 24" x 36"-500 sheets and up). Types of bristols include printing, vellum, postcard, tag and file folder.
A robust drawing surface used for many types of artwork. (1)
Bristol board (also referred to as Bristol paper) is a heavyweight paper used for technical drawing, illustration, and other two-dimensional art forms. Its bulk thickness is .006 inches or higher. Bristol board is rated by the number of plys it contains.