PAScribeRhodia

Elegant laurel graphic by Paul Antonio

QRcode Exemplars

You can download all 14 exemplars in the link bellow.

QRCodeExemplars

Introduction to the Collaboration

For Retailers – and introduction to the collaboration. What the Blue, the Grey and the Black pads are. How they differ and what made me decide on the choice of paper.

How to use the Pads Part 1

Folding the top down by using the score marks and tearing off the sheets so as not to rip badly.

How to use the Pads Part 2

The BLACK Pad and how to see the lines more easily, where to place the light source for ease of writing.

How to use the Pads Part 3

Writing on the Grey and Black pad. Writing to the line height, which is 6mm, with a Sakura Gelly Rolls and with a pointed flexible nib for Copperplate Script or my Upright Copperplate (Judy Script)

Pencil Calligraphy on the pads

See how the grid on the Blue Pad was configured for the practise of Copperplate Script. Also, see how the same pencil techniques are applied to the Black and the Grey Pads.

Alphabet Exemplar Demo Part 1 - Pencil

A demo of all the Alphabet Exemplars attached to the QRCode, a line of each of the alphabets done in pencil to show you how they relate to the line height of the pads.

Alphabet Exemplar Demo Part 2 – Nib and Ink

A demo of all the Alphabet Exemplars attached to the QRCode, a line of each of the alphabets done with a nib and ink to show you how they relate to the line height of the pads.

The Death Grip

If you squeeze the tool too tightly or you write too heavily, this is for you.

The Blue Pad

Using it with a pencil for you to understand how the grid work for the practise of Copperplate Script with a pencil. Whole minuscule. Using the grid to increase the size of the letter 1, 2×2, 3×3 and for Brush Lettering.