I whipped up a couple examples of what I’m requesting for Assignments #3 (Instructional Drawing) and #4 (Combinatoric Drawing) in Deliverables 01.
An Example Instructional Drawing
- 8.5×11″ paper
- #2 pencil
- right angle ruler
- Draw a short straight line somewhere near the middle of your page, and place an arrowhead at the point where you stopped it.
- Flip a coin, and rotate the page so that the previous arrow is facing away from you. From the center of that previous arrow: draw a new, straight, perpendicular line which points to the right (if the coin was heads) or to the left (if the coin was tails). Extend this line until it either hits the edge of the page, or it hits another line. Place an arrowhead at that endpoint.
- Repeat step 2, until either the current arrow is shorter than one centimeter, or until 10 minutes have passed, whichever happens first.
An Example Combinatoric Drawing
Description: All of the logically unique ways that a square and a circle can overlap (with respect to the number of the square’s sides intersected by the circle, and the number of the square’s vertices that are inside the circle).
I think? this is all of the possibilities: