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Old 03-03-2012, 05:18 PM   #470
RosieLP
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I use Cryogen a lot and it's wonderful for copic color, it blends like butter.
X-press it is an excellent paper, too, and a better choice than Cryogen for those images where you don't want the shimmer that Cryogen has.

I use GinaK for card bases primarily and for coloring images where I won't be doing a lot of blending.

I've tried the Hammermill and I thought it was horrible for copics though I've read that others like it.
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