Thursday, July 19th, 2012

Sketches and Doodles in a dotPad

Stephanie

Working out some rough ideas for custom vector symbols, Petr uses the Rhodia dotPad as a daily tool.

We’ve seen many people using the dotPad for sketching and doodling – practicing calligraphy and such. I myself have been known to use the dotPad or the occasional mandala doodle.

What do think it is about the dot grid that makes it so popular for drawing and doodling?

Image courtesy of Petr Vlk follow Petr as imagiag on Instagram.

4 thoughts on “Sketches and Doodles in a dotPad

  1. I like the dotGrid because you can use them for a guide if you wish, but it’s so easy to ignore them if you don’t need them. They don’t show on the finished product unless you are really looking for them.

    What’s not to love?

  2. I like the dotGrid because you can use them for a guide if you wish, but it’s so easy to ignore them if you don’t need them. They don’t show on the finished product unless you are really looking for them.

    What’s not to love?

  3. Honestly I prefer grid lines over the dot grid for MY doodling but I do like the dot grid for writing on…and the Rhodia paper is outstanding in my opinion, I can write on it with pens that bleed through everything else I have, but don’t even show through on the Rhodia paper.

  4. Honestly I prefer grid lines over the dot grid for MY doodling but I do like the dot grid for writing on…and the Rhodia paper is outstanding in my opinion, I can write on it with pens that bleed through everything else I have, but don’t even show through on the Rhodia paper.

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