Thursday, April 19th, 2012

What do you think of the dots?

Stephanie

The dot grid format is still somewhat new to Rhodia and we are wondering if you might tell us your experiences with it. I typically  prefer a completely blank page, but I find the dot format subtle enough to provide structure to the page without being constricting. We offer the dots in two different formats – gray dots on the off-white paper in the Webbie and violet on white in the staple-bound pads.

Are you looking to try the dot format in the future? Any specific ideas on how you will use it?

See how our Swappers are creating in the Journal Swap


74 thoughts on “What do you think of the dots?

  1. The idea of a dot grid paper is excellent. It gives that printing ink concious, clean sheet look that still aids in getting straight, consistent lines when sketching or writin makeshift tables or column grids. I do prefer how the pale lilac dots reflect on the white paper against bright black fountain pen ink (Pelikan) and even dark red tones. There should more offerings from Rhodia that carry this delightful pattern option.

  2. The idea of a dot grid paper is excellent. It gives that printing ink concious, clean sheet look that still aids in getting straight, consistent lines when sketching or writin makeshift tables or column grids. I do prefer how the pale lilac dots reflect on the white paper against bright black fountain pen ink (Pelikan) and even dark red tones. There should more offerings from Rhodia that carry this delightful pattern option.

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