A few weeks ago I received a sampler package of Legion Stonehenge Aqua paper. In the sampler pack was a sheet of 300 lb CP, 140 lb CP, and 140 lb HP watercolor paper.
Taking the 140 lb CP, I folded and cut into a small accordion journal to see how it handled being folded. Unlike Arches which cracks at the folds, this paper seemed to handle it well. How long it holds up to being folded and unfolded remains to be seen.
With this little journal, I've decided to dedicate it to practicing sketching people as I learn how the paper handles different mediums.
With this couple, I first used an 0.3 mm mechanical pencil to test how a very thin lead worked on the paper surface. It didn't do bad and no breakage of the lead.
Next I used my extra fine fountain pen, Platinum Carbon desk pen to see if the nib hung in the paper fibers. That too handled well even with nib held upside down for thinner line applications.
Final was the watercolor (DS) and I liked how it went down, blended, and lifted.
Note: As I experiment with this paper, I am mentally comparing with my favorite - Fabriano Artistico.
First impression............Not Bad :-)
First two folded pages scanned: