8 thoughts on “Asemic scribbles X / XII

    • I only had a few pens that worked with this and the yellow was a little difficult to see against the white paper at the time… Glad you like it!

      ∞ ♡ ✰ ❁ 𑁍 𝓉𝒽𝒶𝓃𝓀 𝓎𝑜𝓊 𑁍 ❁ ✰ ♡ ∞

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      • Yes – these were created with a “Gravity Graph”, which consists of a weighted horizontal plate that takes a sheet of paper and is suspended with string from an arm that you clamp to a table. There is then a pen holder that pivots from the arm so that the pen tip rests on the paper and traces out the curves of the pendulum oscillations when you nudge the plate into motion…

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      • Oh, that really sounds like fun! (I googled it and the only ones that come up here appear to be old ones made by Orda Industries that you would buy as a vintage toy or something like that).

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      • Yes, that’s the one – it doesn’t seem to be in production any more. Not too sure when exactly I got mine, but could be around 30 years ago, or more… Anyhow, my grandson has also been having a bit of fun with it recently.

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