Drawing from Momentum: Sketching with Inertia Eric Hayes

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Published: January 7th 2012

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Drawing from Momentum: Sketching with Inertia  by  Eric Hayes

Drawing from Momentum: Sketching with Inertia by Eric Hayes
January 7th 2012 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | | ISBN: | 7.32 Mb

This book contains images from a series of computer applications developed by the artist.In the 1990s, the artist created a Macintosh application called Chameleon. In the original version of Chameleon, two floating crayons moved constantly across theMoreThis book contains images from a series of computer applications developed by the artist.In the 1990s, the artist created a Macintosh application called Chameleon.

In the original version of Chameleon, two floating crayons moved constantly across the screen. While the crayons drew on the screen, users controlled their shape, color, and pattern. The crayons moved in their initial direction until they either hit the screens edge or bumped into one another.

When this event happened, the crayons would change direction like balls that collide and ricochet on a pool table. It is like drawing using the concepts of momentum and inertia, hence this books title.From this concept, the artist created two mobile applications - Abstract Fish Doodle and Colors In Motion.

These applications allowed the user to create more than two crayons, and they gave the user access to the powerful features of Commander Crayon. Commander Crayon is an educational graphical programming language that the artist created. It was used to create the art in the Art, Love, and Mathematics series of e-books.Since the artist considers this body of work interesting for the art theory and the underlying mathematical concepts, he has published them in this book. Is it art or not? The artist will leave that question for the reader to answer. The artist does hope that this work inspires people to learn more about the fields of art and mathematics.



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