I’m still trying to work out what I think of all the things that happened yesterday. When I got home last night, I spent most of the evening watching Close Encounters of the Third-Kind and trying to distract myself with manageable jobs and activities that didn’t requite too much intense scrutiny. Today, I’ve been pottering around the edges of bits of work and elaborating on concepts and letting things fall out of my head rather than trying to attack anything too meaty head-on. So if you’re wondering about the tone of my posts today, that’s probably why…
One of the things I did last night was play for the first time with Ze Frank’s Scribbler web art toy which I stumbled upon via draGnet. I found myself carving out and growing abstract spaces and shapes and then nuancing and rebuilding bits of them – like I was helping crystals coalesce or something. Here are the three that I came up with. They are all unnamed.
I’ve found using Scribbler such a therapeutic activity that I might go back at it again this evening. I can very much recommend using a graphics tablet with it, if you have that option. It’s so much easier to conjure curves and organic shapes with a pen than with a mouse or a trackpad…
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Have you had a play with this?
Wow. Those are beautiful. Much better than my daubs!