- The canvas is square
- The lines are all the same length
- the lines seem to be evenly spaces and rotated around the midpoint
- the lines angles are random, but for the most part, are generally vertical or horizontal
- There are areas where there are gaps in the regular pattern of rotated lines. They seem organized in a semi-random way, but I can’t pinpoint what the method of organization is.
I used randomGaussian a lot for this assignment to rotate the lines, and to organize my gaps. I’m a fan of vertical lines as opposed to horizontal lines, so I made the lines mostly semi-vertical. I also figured if this were printed, like the original, all I would have to do is rotate the paper to make them seem horizontal.
The gaps were the tricky part to imitate. I ended up removing randomly sized sections of lines from an area using randomGaussian before the lines were drawn. It has generally the same effect, but it’s not 100% and I just can’t quite put my finger on it.