regular grid + random distribution (D65 #2, suite)
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The squared grid itself has a density of +- 0.1832 , the random distribution of black paint into its “holes” has a density of +- 0.2244
The amount of white surface not covered by the original grid being: (1 – 0.1832) removing: +- 0.2244 of white means adding again: +- 0.1832 to the whole density, which becomes: 2 x 0.1832 = +- 0.3665 , the double of the original grid.
below: work-in-progress, using “random distribution grids” (cf. last post below) as a “score” to fill the holes with paint, click to zoom!
everything is hand-made with a pen and a brush –
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