Graph papers use either line width or line color to distinguish the grid. Both options can be used to make a paper in GridMaker or QuiltPaper.
The advantage of color emphasis is that you can create a grid with finer lines for more precise plotting.
In this example, we'll modify a paper with a 3-level divided grid.
Each grid level has a different line weight —
To transform this grid to a fine line grid, we will:
Now, adjust the color and line weight of each line —
Here is the new, fine line paper --
Now that the paper is set up to use color for line emphasis, it's easy to see how it looks in other colors by simply switching the Palette to a different color --