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Old 01-10-2012, 07:58 PM   #1  
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Default pti and gp paper..best place to buy??

I was sent samples of pti paper and gp paper a yr ago and I am out now does anyone know where I can buy these papers at a good price to use with my copics?
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Old 01-10-2012, 08:42 PM   #2  
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PTI paper is only available from the PTI website. GP paper can be found at Walmart or at Sam's - Sam's has the best deal (250 sheets for $7.3.

I have both, but have never tried using my Copics on the PTI paper, as I think it's too thick to be able to blend the inks well.
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GP walmart.
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Thank u...im new w the copics and the samples came w them so I had no clue where to get them
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PTI paper works well with Copics as far as blending goes, but the paper really sucks the ink out of your pens, so I wouldn't use for that reason. Neenah works really well.
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