Monster Plots

I did another couple of big plots in a public space with more people frequenting it this time of the year. It was nice to see how well received the installation was. I loved blending in the crowd and hearing what people had to say about it.

Portraits work really well with this format. They add a great slowly unfolding presence in a big room.

I did a deer first, but I messed up the paper. It’s very difficult to move paper this big without damaging it. I’ve perfected the dance at least. I gave it to someone before I took a final picture of it.

The home plotter also keeps chugging along, I have it draw anything that ends up on the big public one as a preliminary test. (Mandala by Hava Edelstein)

3 Replies to “Monster Plots”

  1. Thank you for your answer, I saw this program, I didn’t know it could do such wonders. Can you tell me how you filled the outline of the baby’s image

    1. This is one of the easier ones, that’s simply using the very well made DrawingBot v3. I don’t remember the exact settings I picked but it’s easy to find your way in there. One thing I’ll say no matter what program/algorithm I use, is that I often generate many renders with various, sometimes even random settings, before there is one particular render that catches my eye. Volume and some randomness will be more likely to eventually yield that one special fruit.

      Glad you like it.

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