2Begin by creating 10 incidental line drawings on 18x24 drawing paper
3Let the action describe the line Attach the paper to physical body or have the paper in a place where line is captured by bodily actions.Let the action describe the line
4You MUST use achromatic media (this means without hue: black and white)
5Do at least 8 different actions to create your 10 drawings. The actions you can do are practically limitless to create fabulous marksDo at least 8 different actions to create your 10 drawings..Use your mouthDraw with your feetUse an inanimate objectGET CREATIVE with how you do this!!!
6Do not hold the medium in your hand like a pencil Do not hold the medium in your hand like a pencil. Grasp it where you can hold your wrist and hand still. Allow the movement of your body or vehicle to create the line. Do not force the line to happen let the movement of your body move the drawing instrument not your hand. You are recording movement.
7After you have completed your 10 drawings, pick your best 5 and crop to make interesting compositions.
9Example: place your sketchbook in your lap as you ride the bus or metro link. Do not hold the writing instrument like a pencil! Watch lines form as your body sways with the curves of the road and the bumps of the asphalt.
18Made by:1.) Tying a pen to the fridge door and swinging it back and forth2.) Bouncing a cat toy dipped in ink on the paper3.) Dangling a piece of yarn over the paper4.) Dipping yarn into ink and smacking the paper with it5.) Dipping feathers into ink, tying them on a string, and bouncing them around on the paper6.) Tying a pen to a string and having a cat play with it7.) Tying an ink blotter to a string and smacking the paper with it8.) Tying a pen to my arm and playing guitar for thirty minutes9.) Smacking a cat toy dipped in ink against the paper