Friday, June 2, 2017
This is not really a Geometrikon. It is what I used to do as "Dodson Doodles," derived from art idea pages in a "Drawing from Imagination" book. I did a lot of these in 2008 when I was just starting this Blog. You start with a single motif and a limited (but bright) color range and you improvise from there. Here, the motif is a red triangle, and the counter color is light blue. There are accents of purple. Dodsons are fun and easy to do. You can try this at home with markers or colored pencils without worrying about being an "artist."
Dodson "Red Points" is marker and colored pencil on sketchbook page, 6" x 3", June 2, 2017.