Drawing and writing on your iPad just like on natural paper is now possible with GraphicPaper, the latest innovation from PanzerGlass™, one of the leading screen protection brands in the world. The brand’s new release is part of its anti-glare, anti-fingerprint and anti-bacterial iPad range which provide the highest standard of screen protectors, while preserving 100% touch sensibility.
Designed to recreate the texture of paper, GraphicPaper is ideal for creative work, schoolwork, taking notes, sketching, drawing, or playing with the gadget.
Tested by artists, fashion designers, illustrators of all ages and levels, the PanzerGlass™ Graphic Paper is a paper-feel screen protector for iPad 10.2/ 11.0 / 12.9 inch and works well with Apple pencil/stylus. Thicker and easier to install, it has an anti-glare functionality to suppress light reflection, making drawing, sketching, and writing easy even under the bright sun. The surface is also scratch-resistant, keeping the screen looking new.
Parents whose children have a knack for drawing, sketching, or simply doodling will find GraphicPaper easier to use, inspiring and enhancing their creativity. GraphicPaper is thicker by 2mm, which makes the iPad installation easier and retains the highest sensitivity, making drawing and sketching natural.
Now available at Jarir Bookstore and other Consumer Electronics Retail Stores. PanzerGlass™ Graphic Paper is suitable for iPad models Year 2018-2020.
Michael Broend – PanzerGlass™ Vice President for Marketing, explained; With GraphicPaper, we were able to bridge both traditional and digital art. The screen protector makes drawing and writing on the iPad feel like it’s on paper. It's a premium solution for a better drawing experience, giving you maximum paper-feel, making your iPad just like a notebook,
like drawing on a natural paper. As a traditional artist, it is important to feel the texture of the paper. Without GraphicPaper, my hand tends to smudge the screen, and I get crooked lines. GraphicPaper helps me draw more confidently and precisely.
Sarah Japanwalla, a Dubai-based fashion illustrator who also facilitates workshops, shares,
It's nice to have that plain paper texture when you're drawing. I was amazed because while using the pen, I can feel those little bumps, and it's good to have those elements back into digital drawing.
Artist, fashion, and event illustrator Elizaveta Konelskaia is passionate about Arabic culture, often the subject of her drawings and compositions. She echoes the same experience when using GraphicPaper which helps her
showcase the movements, the colours, and uniqueness of the angles of drawings because it's easier to control the strokes, just like doing it on paper.