This is a simple pencil drawing I found in my portfolio. It's something I did many years ago. There's no particular meaning ascribed to it. I merely like it because it reminds me how thing have changed in design. There's a certain construction quality that is lost when designing in Illustrator. If you think back to the great masters' figure studies, they always had lots of "construction lines" as they were developing the the forms they were drawing. These "errors" are very much built into the beauty of the final drawings. This simple graphic construction reminds me of that. There's an element of randomness; there are elements of both the hand and tools used to construct it.
My original pencil drawing is the second image.
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