Originally Posted by stampencamper
I'm just getting into copics also. I did order the copic paper, which seems smoother to color on, though much lighter in weight then any cardstock. But could be used when layering. To me it takes getting used to so much bleeding of copics, so may experiement more with the copics paper when layering.
I have this paper too. It does take colors darker than my other white CS. And it def. needs to be layered-I was surprised at how thin it is. I've been working a lot with the Neenah, but one that I have found to be really easy to blend on that doesn't over saturate is Pentalic Paper for Pens. It has an ultra smooth finish, but isn't glossy like SU!