Types of Vellum
1000H® DESIGN VELLUM ART PADS
16 lb. Vellum - The Industry Standard • 1020® 20 lb. Vellum - A Heavier Version
of the 1000H
Clearprint 1000H is the most popular vellum on the market. Made of 100% new cotton fiber, this media is transparentized without solvents to produce the proper translucency as well as legendary Clearprint archival quality, strength, erasability and redraw characteristics. 1000H can be used with a myriad of fine art materials as well as with traditional drafting products and most inkjet printers. Click here to see products in the 1020 line of 20 lb. vellum.
1000H® DESIGN VELLUM FIELD SKETCH BOOKS
NEW! Vellum Artists' Field Books 16 lb./ 60GSM (1000H & 1000H Fade-Out)
Clearprint Vellum Field Books offer conveniently sized books for sketching and rendering fine artwork. The Ink Block Panel™ ensures that each page is protected against indentation or bleed through while work is in progress. Available in unprinted and gridded 1000H vellum in 4"x6", 6"x8", and 8.5"x11" sizes.
1020H® Design Vellum
100% COTTON VELLUM ROLLS 20 lbs. • 75 GSM
A weightier version of the legendary 1000H, it's a 100% cotton sheet that is made transparent without the use of solvents. It features a smooth, transparent, and uniform surface. Pencil and pen lines come out sharp and clean with no feathering edges and no ghosting. Retains strength, stability, transparency, and printing qualities under exposure to heat, light, and atmosphere. It will not become yellow, brittle, or opaque with age. Compatible with a wide range of fine art media.
2020LL VELLUM LASER PRINTER UNPRINTED SHEET PACKS
100% COTTON VELLUM SHEETS 20 lbs. • 75 GSM
100% new cotton fiber vellum transparentized with our solvent-free process. For use with high resolution laser printers to make negatives from which printing plates can be exposed. Also for making silkscreen positives from computer generated artwork. Silkscreen positives can be exposed directly to the screen for printing. In both situations, 2020LL Laserline permits bypassing camera room chemicals to prepare ready-to-use printing plate negatives or silkscreen positives.