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JNeal
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Can anyone recall the particular type of paper ( I think it was used in science labs) that Phoa Yan Tiong recommends for his torn and restored tissue effect? (Note that I am NOT looking for the 9lb onion skin for the snowstorm)

It was written up in his book "The Seasons"...I just no longer have a copy.
I think it was some sort of blotting paper....



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I work in a lab and the only types of paper I know of is bilbous paper and lens paper
bilbous being thick and absorbent and lens paper being thin and tissue like. Hope that helps I'm not familiar this that effect
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There used to be many types of paper that are no longer made. I used to make spring flowers with a 100% rag paper with a cockle finish. It looked like onionskin.

I am not sure about this effect. I do know the rag paper is better for folding and such.

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