Each leftover could result in two 247 x 400 mm paintings. I am interested in stretching both the front and back of these (the side that was mostly put on the ground face up and the side usually face down, directly touching the ground).
I am currently more interested stretching them because although I like how they look hanging unstretched, I think giving them the frame and objectness of a painting would provoke the viewer (including myself) to see them differently.
Click the following link to use the sketch:
- click to draw
- pressing space bar slightly changes the shape of the brush (randomizes the 500 dots making up the brush).
- I like pressing space bar often
- the angle of the brush slowly rotates over time
- press keys: R = red, O = orange, Y = yellow (greenish yellow), G = green, B = blue, U = purple, P = pink
- press keys: 0-9 for a gray scale (0 is black and 9 is white)
Following are drawings I made with this sketch, using a larger canvas:
Draw with White and Black (Processing sketch)
- clicking draws (the original brush is a white circle with a black outline)
- pressing B changes the brush to black
- pressing W changes the brush to white
- pressing P prints a png of your image to a new window
Above is a link to a Processing sketch that I call grayscale. After following the link, clicking on the scale transforms it into a 10 hue color grid. Holding the mouse button down and moving it along the x axis (left-right) adjusts the saturation of the colors while moving the mouse along the y axis (up-down) adjusts the brightness.