EX 0.1 – 2D Drawing

This sine script was an experiment of overlaying material of two different mediums, pen and pastel. The Original drawing began on newsprint to see the basic outcome of the print. After this, blue pastel was applied but it tore the paper completely. This failure was a result of the thinness of the paper. To resolve this it was reprinted on paperstock with a spiralgraph. The spiralgraph added noise to the original drawing while the original head was printing with pastel. Every ten minutes the pastel color would change. These two worlds collided in the central area of the drawing. Nearing the end of the drawing the spiralgraph broke leaving only pastel to finish.

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Utensil:Red Pigma Pen, Size .25, Pastel Chalk, Pastel Crayon

Weight:

300g – Pastel

25g – Pen

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This drawing was an attempt to create textured heaviness of ink through an oblique-tipped pen. The pen weight was set very high at four hundred grams, four times the amount usual settings. The result was accurate and gave different effects because of the oblique cut of the drawing tool.

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Utensil:Heavy Pigma Pen with Oblique Tip, Size 3

Weight:

100g – Pen

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This drawing is a radial overlap of a sine curve that changes color every-time is finishes an instance. the overlap created a dense kaleidoscopic effect.

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Utensil: Black Le Pen

Weight:

25g – Pen

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To further our understanding on the properties of canvas, we experimented printing with a material that hardens quickly to create a drawing with more depth, this material was algernate. Using a tube and a funnel we fed the mixture through the head onto the canvas. This created an immense sense of noise within the drawing to an make it non-legiable to that of the script. Gravity fed the excess amount of algernate to puddle. The result can be seen below, left is the puddle effect. The script is the sine circle above.

Instructions:

2 Parts Algernate to 1 Part Water. Mix with cold water. Pour at a consistent rate and slow rate either by clamps or knotting the tube.

Learned:

Use a IV next time to control flow better.

Utensil:Three Foot Tube Attached to Funnel

Weight:

0g – Tube

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This drawing was created using a recursive tree script. The result were a series of boxed geometries that developed fractals. To create a drawing out of solids it was then imported into Rhinoceros and made into line-work through the make-2d command.

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