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What is it? Is it actually a board or paper?

Thank you
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Hi,

What is it? Is it actually a board or paper?

I've never heard of it or seen it. However, I googled it and found some information, such as the following. 'Four-ply' means four thicknesses. It sounds like 4 pieces of paper stuck together to make one stiff piece.

Best wishes, Clive

Four-ply board works best with crayons, oil pastels, markers, thick poster colors or tempera.

22" x 28". 4 ply (colored both sides). 10 Sheets of 10 Primary Colors.
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CalifJimI think it's the same as what we used to call 'Bristol board'. Does anyone know that term?
Yes, Bristol board has a particularly firm and glassy surface that recieves pen and ink lines very precisely. It is less appropriate for pencil , chalk, and charcoal. It is not the same as poster board, though, like poster board, it can be a laminate. Poster board is not generally chosen for fine art work, but for temporary signage, or as a mounting surface for collaged elements. It's primary use is in short-term displays, such as in school projects or office presentations. It is not an acid-free paper, and will deteriorate over a relatively short period of time.
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I think it's the same as what we used to call 'Bristol board'. Does anyone know that term?
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