Techno Scrangle #2 is a digitally colored version of the original black and white Techno Scrangle. It was created using an art style I like to call Scrangling. This is an organic process of making art that involves drawing completely in marker and pen, starting with basic shapes and little to no idea of what the finished product will look like. Using such permanent tools forces me to adapt my "mistakes" and make them into something that fits and flows with the rest of the drawing.
This drawing in particular was inspired by the circuit boards and other electronic pieces strewn about after taking my laptop apart. There's something very beautiful in the clean lines and wires of a circuit board, and I wanted to capture a little of that in my Scrangle.
Omaha artist decorating walls one Scrangle at a time!
I've held a lot of jobs in my short lifetime, but I never imagined artist would be one of them. While working at a gun show for another person's small business, I started drawing to pass the time between customers. I'd never been great at drawing objects or people, so I started doodling some random shapes and patterns just so I'd have something to do. The more I worked on these "random" shapes and patterns, the more everything seemed to fit and flow perfectly together. I received many comments from ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.