This is the latest from a series of studies I've done on circles where I was experimenting with how the smallest sizes of hand drawn circles can
play with the mind of the viewer.
I'll try and keep this text short and to the point, so feel free to ask anything if there's any questions.
Acid free off-white paper. Size A6 (weight unknown, guesstimate around 350grams)
Aurora Black Ink
Modified Faber Castell Fine Liner. Size 0.2
The initial idea was to study how small I can draw circles, with the nerve damage in my shoulders this was quite a challenge in it self though.
I started doing more bacteria structural inspired structures with the circles and in later studies also played with variations in sizes.
Leading up to this alteration in my studies I wanted to try and simulate a mix between a fictional cosmos and a very basic bacteria structure with
minimal inspiration from the surface tension on water.
I think this latest study was particularly interesting.
Learning how the larger circles in it sets a sort of visual anchor and makes it harder for the mind to create imagery in the abstract
formations of the circles. I was also able to find a very good rhythm in structural and seemingly randomized formations that helped
push on the viewers mind to creating it's own imagery.