for different folks


Rows of dots, shifted, and rotated.

Rows of dots are marked onto a long, narrow rectangle. That rectangle is then drawn across the canvas. As it moves along one axis, it jitters up and down along the perpendicular axis, while also adjusting its rotation.

The dot drawing technique was inspired in part by a Tyler Hobbs article about his series Haecceity, in which he wrote about using dots as a way of mixing dissimilar colors while avoiding the resulting muddiness that you get if you do this with partially transparent layers.

Another source of inspiration was Jeres's Coronado, in particular my use of rotation. I'm not actually certain if this how they accomplish some of the effects that they manage there, but it is how I imagine they might.

Each palette is derived from the artwork of an acclaimed artist. Those pieces are as follows:

- Blue II by Joan Miro
- The Frozen Sounds, Number 1 by Adolph Gottlieb
- Head VI by Francis Bacon
- Guernica by Picasso
- Whaam! by Roy Lichtenstein
- Viaduct at L'Estaque by George Braque
- Pertaining to Yachts and Yachting by Charles Sheeler
- The Dance II by Henri Matisse
- Snowstorm, Steamboat Off a Harbour's Mouth by J.M.W. Turner
- Pink Marilyn by Andy Warhol

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