The Beauty of Incorrectness

As I am work on the Rembrandt, I notice that it’s the first time I am fully using the drawing functions I did all the way back in the last spring. Like, I’m really learning to use it, paint with it, de-bug it. I used them to an extent with the stuff I did over the summer, but doing figurative stuff really takes them out to town.

What I notice most is how some functions have mistakes in them and doesn’t display the pixels in the way in which it was intended. But it sort of does the gist of it and displays it in a unique way.

Sometimes it’s these mistaken functions that have the most value, that add to uniqueness and esthetic.

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