A few days back, I went to print my black and white comic pages so I may start coloring. I had brought my own paper but apparently they could not use it (first time this happened) so I decided to print 10 experimental pages with their own paper (which was preeeeetty expensive) after they assured my it was ideal for coloring.
Long story short, I've been struggling with the bloody thing for days now and I came to the conclusion that this is the second worse kind of paper I've ever had the misfortune of working with. The color will just not stick and I keep working on the same page for ages! I cannot afford to do this since I have to meet deadlines.
Hopefully I have found a solution: I will use watered down black ink to capture the tones in greyscale, and later add color digitally using the hue/saturation tool in Photoshop. I've never done this before. Hope it works, otherwise I will have to throw these pages away!
Needless to say I'll print the rest in my own paper at all cost.