/ Plots / 314 "Destructive Storm"

'Destructive Storm' pushes the paper to its limits and lets things 'glitch' as the theme of this #plotparty day. The plot took more than 12 hours to draw, traveled about one kilometer on an A3 watercolor paper. The quantity of inks consumed represents about 2.5 fully-filled fountain pens. This is a continuation of #312 exploration using circle packing and domain warping techniques to make a force field and throw particles in it.

Here are the glitches you can find:

As the paper started to destroy and "wave", it start revealing accidental strokes a bit everywhere

We can also see the paper gets really deteriorated at some places

which left a lot of these paper dusts that I cleaned out

It also ran out of ink on the bottom right, which was accepted as part of the art to create a brighter area.

generative artist who uses code to make art, explores the frontier of abstract art with algorithms pushing forward to more realistic scenery. Explore physical art via 'Plotting', which consist of drawing with fountain pens on robot. I don't do prints, I do plots: Every physical outcome is truly unique!