Now one of the differences that can turn up
when you’re working with magazines or books and choosing color pallets is the differences
between the paper. And most of the time with color pallet books like this the paper is
a glossy type of paper which means of course again that it is a little thicker stock. You
can sort of see that as working with it here. Whereas sort of like standard magazine paper
tends to be a little more flimsy. The colors tend to bleed out a little easier with these
types of paper where as the colors are more embedded in the glossy type of paper. But
the adhesion of the mat type papers as I like to call them which is the thinner type paper
is a little bit easier to work with. The thicker stock paper will lay down but then the piece
might move around a little more, you’ll see that as we, as we go along into actually collaging.
But it’s up to you what type of effect that you’re looking for. With things like this
I have some thinner papers that I used for different types of effects and thicker papers
for other types.