-2 Unique Dice (one will be referred to as Unique Die 1, and the other as Unique Die 2).
-A surface suitable to receive paint, ink, and graphite.
-At least one brush.
-At least one implement for applying ink to surface.
-At least one implement for applying graphite to surface (if needed to do so).
Begin by rolling a single die. An even number establishes the orientation of the painting surface as landscape format, while an odd number establishes it as portrait format.
Next, roll a single die to determine the number of subsequent rolls that will be utilised in the execution of this dicework. The number of rolls is determined by the numerical result of this roll multiplied by three.
All subsequent rolls will involve both unique dice. Each roll determines the choice of the following options:
Unique Die 1:
A roll of 1, 2, or 3 commands the artist to “be meticulous” for the duration of this turn.
A roll of 4, 5, or 6 commands the artist to “be sloppy” for duration of this turn.
Unique Die 2:
A roll of 1 or 4 commands the artist to use only ink for the duration of this turn.
A roll of 2 or 5 commands the artist to use only paint for the duration of this turn.
A roll of 3 or 6 commands the artist to use only graphite for the duration of this turn.
Each turn has a time limit of 10 minutes. To double the time limit for a turn, roll 1 or a 6 with a single die. Any other numerical result reduces the time limit to 1 minute.
The subject matter, composition, and/or aesthetic of the dicework is left to the discretion of the artist.
DRAWING, WRITING, ETC.:
–New Miscellany (2016-Present)
–A slight so egregious it lingers beyond the dream (2015)
–The House without Orifices
–Oversized Beneath the Percolator
–Bonfire Night (2012)
–Whispers Project (2011-2012)
–Paolo vs. “The Man” (2011-2012)
–Dicework II (2008-2009)
–The Dead (2008)
–Dicework I (2008)
–The Messier Catalogue (2007)
–Brushstroke Diagrams (2006-2007)
–Tell Me What to Paint (2006)
Lives and works in Vancouver, Canada. Primarily interested in the following: a) Visual and textual lines; b) the antiseptic tempered by a quiver of the handmade; and c) the diagrammatic and/or explanatory, especially when cloaked in ostensible self-importance without necessarily being true, serious business. Adherence to stringent procedural methods allows for an iterative exploration of the above concepts ad infinitum [read more].
–Art for Life
–The Dead 2
–Hollingworth & Davie
–MAKE // BREAK // FIX
–The Pleasant Matthews
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