View Full Version : Where to find A5 Graph Paper


Satyr
27-09-2009, 10:14
I'm a web designer who likes to take pens and paper when I go out, so if I get an idea I can do a quick sketch. The only problem is, I like using graph paper to develop my ideas on (work out spacing, layout etc) but A4 pads are to big for my needs.

Does anyone know where they sell A5 pads of graph paper? I've tried Staples and there is nothing there :(

natjack
27-09-2009, 10:16
Cut an a4 in half ... or try Pinders?

Satyr
27-09-2009, 12:59
Cut an a4 in half

Could do :D but I would like a pad!

just_words
27-09-2009, 13:04
mmm, Pinders or Stationary Box at the bottom of the Moor, just depends on what quality paper you want.

In the old days we had to draw our own grid and place it under our working paper...

natjack
27-09-2009, 14:23
Could do :D but I would like a pad!If it's bound down the side, it'll be two a5 pads ... if it's bound across the top edge, hard cheese! :D

topcat700
27-09-2009, 15:37
Try Carsons on west street, it is a stationery shop.