Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

Have you tried a dotPad yet?

Stephanie

The Rhodia dotPad.

80g white Rhodia paper with a pale violet dots in lieu of lines or graph. Soon there will be a dotWebbie (Webnotebook) available with the 90g off-white paper and pale gray dots. If haven’t yet tried a dotPad, here are a few reviews to help guide your decision:

On Writing and Scribbling: “It is very easy to use the dots to practice your letter spacing and shaping, better than a lined pad would and MUCH better than graph as the dots do not detract from the script.”

On Spiritual Evolution of the Bean: “an extremely unobtrusive way to practice my calligraphy”

On Pencil Revolution: “it makes what you write or draw easier to see!”

On Seize the Dave: “I’m not certain who originally created dot grid paper, but whoever it was should be knighted, beatified, and inducted into the Awesome Hall of Fame.”

On Ink Nouveau: “This pad would be PERFECT for kids in the car for long car trips”

On Crystalline: “Check out those sexy dots. Those are where it’s at.”

On Lung Sketching Scrolls: “works nicely as a drawing tablet with a bit of optional reference guidelines for writing in a straight line should they be needed. Good choice if you find the classic grid lines too distracting.”


12 thoughts on “Have you tried a dotPad yet?

  1. beautiful!…i envy those who can easily get their hands on these babies, and I wonder where I can get them here in the Philippines. $=l *sigh*

  2. beautiful!…i envy those who can easily get their hands on these babies, and I wonder where I can get them here in the Philippines. $=l *sigh*

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