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This is one of about 85 images I created in 2013-2014, using a ruler, a compass and a protractor. I measured out points on the perimeter of the pages and/or points on the circles or arcs. I had no idea what the finished images would be until I began filling in the spaces with color, using Berol Prismacolor pencils. I usually began filling in the colors in the center of the pages and worked outwards towards the edges of each page. When I finished this one, I saw the image of a fox head...hence the name "Reynard" came to mind. You can view this one and the others in my T.A.C. portfolio (2013-2014). Once I started these images I couldn't stop because moving the measured points a fraction of an inch either way always produced a different image. The images coalesced as I added another color to the pages.

Clever. A geometric doodle, so to speak.

Thanks, Cathy,  Yes, you're right. Had a lot of fun creating these images.

Cathey E. DeRosa said:

Clever. A geometric doodle, so to speak.

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