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Sketch pad


Renniks

Senior Member
#3
Mines a Goldline Spiral Sketch book with 150gsm paper. Quite nice to sketch in.

Like that all the pages can lie 'flat' on the worktop too because it's a spiral.

But I agree moleskines are where it's at for the look and are amazing quality (it would seem)
 

Levi

Moderator
Staff member
#5
I'll admit I'm probably as bad as typo on the paper (haven't got the moleskin pants .... yet :p). My printer is right by where I work so I normally just pull out a sheet from there and then end up with a nice stack of pages by the time I'm done. I've even got sketchbooks for sketching/notes etc and they just never seem to get used. I also seemed to like using those 2-3" square paper stacks, they seemed to go down pretty quickly.
 

Jimlad

Well-Known Member
#6
Ditto, I've always been one of the cheap paper offenders, even at uni.

Tutor: "Oh yes you simply must have lovely lovely expensive lovely paper to... scribble on. Student budget? What? I have a Doctorate and I care little for your pithy little financial limitations. Muahahaa!"

To be honest most of the things I finish off get scanned anyway so the original scribble surface becomes irrelevant. Or an elephant. One of the two.
 

Jimlad

Well-Known Member
#10
This is what my mother needs instead of an iBook. Fantastic device!

Couldn't justify a purchase for myself though, my iMac & iPod Touch have got most of the iPad's functions covered. Brilliant product though. Good price too. The Mac currency converter says $499 = £309, win!
 
#15
I only really use a proper sketch book when I'm using the old watercolours.
Which to tell you the truth has been a while.

I am however doing a little project with local sights, so I may wip it out again in puplic.

Ahem.