Test print of microscopic dust, next onto the 4-foot version.
Spent the better part of the afternoon coding a crosshatch algorithm in Processing. The image above doesn’t do it too much justice, so click for a full-resolution version. Source code on Github.
Images from a wonderful booklet put out by Speedball in 1940, demonstrating hand-lettering techniques. There are lots of different styles in the book, but particularly wonderful are the Gothic ones with ghost-pens.
Download the full booklet as a PDF.
In 2nd grade, I participated in an after school mentoring program and learned some Logo. I found this gem recently, a workbook that I filled out as I wrote code. I really like the mix of printed page, code, and hand-drawn… a lot like my work now, actually.
Here’s the full workbook, if you’re interested.
Via a weird Google Analytics link, I found that my website’s files (including this post) live in Overland Park, Kansas (38.57130º N, 94.4401º W to be exact). Thinking about a server road trip…