26 Apr

Hanging V-Plotters at the Arts Uni – Part 3

We’re online! Check out the details of the event here!

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Gallery staff Joseph has been a great help – getting the machines plotting most mornings. ┬áThe above image is his work – the poster design for the exhibition realised using the machines, in the style of Norwegian Pixel.

Cheated the process here by plotting text (black fill) – so it renders it out at its most dense – perhaps we need to implement plotting vector in fills.

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Got the large machine fixed – changed the gear wheel on the right motor – just need to get some bad ass vectors in place.

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Multi layered image – black Hi-Techpoint 0.5 fine over Neon (magenta) Stabilo fine 0.4

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To get the plots completed at A2, I changed the pixel size from 3 to 10 – so the spiral is large. I then later dialled it back to 7. I think Changing the speed would also be helpful (slower) – will get the resolution of the spiral that much tighter.

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Colour change mid plot

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Drawing studio interior rendered with Norwegian Pixel

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