Weekly Photo Challenge: Masterpiece


Discovering the magic of doodling was quite fun and rewarding. They are the ‘masterpieces’ of my doodling works in this challenge.

This project was about exercising the principle elements of design (unity, balance, emphasis, etc.) If you are interested in making it, the task was to make 2×2 squares, doodle random things into the squares; make photocopies of the squares, reduce them to 1×1 (by 50%), cut, arrange the squares into three 8′ x 8′ compositions that illustrate – bilateral symmetry, Asymmetry, and Radial symmetry.

the work in progress
the work in progress

PIECE#1  —  BILATERAL SYMMETRY
an image of which the two cut halves along a central axis are mirror images of each other

SAM_4379

PIECE#2  —  ASYMMETRY
an image of which the two cut halves along the central axis are not mirrored each other. A lack of balance or symmetry

SAM_4380


PIECE#3  —  RADIAL SYMMETRY
a symmetrical arrangement of radiating parts from the central point

SAM_4381

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8 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Masterpiece

    1. Zentangles is a cool name. These were not introduced to me by that name but the process of making the squares is really the same. Thank you -Southern Sea Muse- for dropping by! 🙂

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