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Drawing on Graph Paper

I love looking at mandalas, but haven’t managed to create a good one myself. Recently, I found templates that help you divide your paper into symmetrical areas. 161 more words


Research - Level designing planning

Super Mario Bros for the NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) was one of the first big games to be released in 1985. In 2015, Super Mario’s 30th Anniversary there was a interview with the creators of the original Super Mario Bros which were Shigeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka. 298 more words


Seeing the Light with Mona Arshi (and the length with Simon Armitage).

I recently ran some workshops for students and was lucky enough to have Mona Arshi lead two of the sessions. Mona is a great advocate of the role of ‘form’ in poetry – consciously working on such things as line length, metre and phrasing in ways which may seem clear to seasoned practitioners, but to those just beginning to write poems can be new and demanding. 428 more words


When working a pattern: Using Graph Paper

One of my favorite tools of the trade is good old graph paper. It is a simple way to keep track of where you are in your pattern. 396 more words


Bargello in Oranges

This Bargello drawing is on 12 square per inch graph paper from https://www.freeprintable.net.


Warning: Graphic Content

I have a confession to make.

I am a graph paper junkie.  All of my adult life I have had a bizarre attraction to it and a fascination with it.   471 more words


Clairefontaine multi-subject notebook

In November I won a medium sized Clairefontaine multi-subject notebook from Quo Vadis. At first I wasn’t sure what to make of it. From the outside, it looked like a basic coil bound student notebook but opening it up revealed a rainbow of tabbed graph paper, and what lovely paper it is. 189 more words