I'm actually not sure what kind this one was, I got a big sheet and cut it into a bunch of pieces a while ago. Usually I just get a pad of strathmore cold press, but that's kind of on the lower end as watercolor paper goes so I'd like to start getting something better.
I have one question too. Do you use photoshop or something to hide irritant effect textured paper? Some people use watercolors and copic markers on one art. I saw in your galerry some pics. This paper don't have texture I think. Can I use this paper for only watercolors?
I use the same kind of watercolor paper for pretty much everything, it's good for copics too! Usually the texture still shows even after adjusting the colors a bit in photoshop, but sometimes I can get away with brightening the lights just enough to get rid of the texture in the white areas... A lot of times I'm afraid to brighten it too much because you have to sacrifice losing the lighter subtleties in the watercolor too. I actually like it when the paper texture shows, the only time I don't like it showing is when there's a big white space around the subject!