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1000 Dot-to-Dot: Icons Paperback – August 1, 2014
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About the Author
Thomas Pavitte, born in New Zealand, is a graphic designer and experimental artist who often uses simple techniques to create highly complex pieces, and whose dot-to-dot pieces have been enjoyed by people all over the world. He set an unofficial record for the most complex dot-to-dot drawing in 2011 with his version of the Mona Lisa, in 6,239 numbered dots, which took him weeks to prepare and nine hours to complete. He lives and works in Melbourne, Australia.
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now the other thing i discovered is a ruler when you dot to dot glasses or a building, but free hand for faces animals and most lines under two inches. it's not like we are being graded on this perusal. this is a fun thing to do. easy on the body and you can keep the television off and show your grandkids a hobby that does not need thumbs and a screen to stare at.
Aside from the printing snafu, I like it a lot. The pages are nice and thick, and the color of the dots changes every 100 dots, making it easier to keep your place. Some of the comments complain that the numbers are too small--they really are small, but the pages are large and the author does a great job of making all 1000+ dots viewable.
Don't expect an up-close viewing to be overly pretty--the dots are organized so that you end up with a picture that looks like it's been sketched. Not bad, but (as the description says), much better a little further away. It is pretty fun to see what seem to be odd scribbles turn into a cool image.