Made in India from the scraps left over from the manufacture of white cotton T shirts, the eco watercolour paper from Jackson's is not the easiest paper to use due to it's softness and difficulty removing the cockles left from it's manufacture.
I have the 1/4 sheets which are best stretched before use.
First thing I noticed was that the inktense pencils dug into the surface of the paper. This left lines once the wash was applied.
The surface of the paper also became unstable once wet, pilling if the brush was used too heavily.
It doesn't like masking tape either with the surface tearing as the tape was lifted.
I also found that it soaked up a lot of paint too but on a positive note the finish piece looked really interesting. It had an almost velvety look about it.
I wouldn't recommend this paper to beginners but well worth a try for anyone who likes a challenge.