Series –

20161012_215605 20161012_215550 20161012_215525 20161012_215507 20161012_215428 20161012_215353 20161012_215301 20161012_215238 20161012_215155 20161012_215129_001  20161012_215051  20161012_215027 20161012_215001 20161012_214945 20161012_214913 20161012_214849 20161012_214451 20161012_214321 20161012_214305 20161012_214252 20161012_214228 20161012_213941 20161012_213928 20161012_213918 20161012_213838 20161012_213733 20161012_213637 20161012_213611

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20161002_191135

First functional drawing, using only two pendulums. Pendulum ratio is 2:1

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20161002_191246

Second drawing ratio is 3:1 using three pendulums, minor on the four-axis pendulum

20161002_191300

Using all the pendulums together it generated a heavy amount of noise. This reaction is primarily done with the four-axis pendulum.

20161002_191216

20161002_191414

Mixed media: Pink is 3:1 ratio, two two- axis pendulums. Red is all pendulums. Blue is two pendulums, with a 2:1 ratio

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Pen Up – Down Experiments

Affixing arm using string. This proved to be a better means for the application because it allowed less restriction on one axis.

20161002_185031

First mixed media drawing. Red is Pen-Up with a 1:1 Ratio. Grey is a normal 1:1 Ratio without the Pen-Up application. String.

20161002_191342

20161002_191400

20161002_191024

Pen-Up with affixed arm. Four axis pendulum moving.

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20161002_190846