The final line drawing program is completed. The work feels intuitive and adds to my study of the original drawing process started 8 years ago. Blowing or breathing the lines on to the screen continues the performitive eliment to the work, and this time, others are able to created there own drawings. Although because I have chosen the parameters to the work, how long the lines are and how much recursion is possible within the lines, my hand is very much controlling a large amount of the outcome. Randomness also plays it part, allthough a very structuered randomness, which I have kept to a minimum, alowing only ranges or chance, rather than full chaos. The abstraction which is envident in the process of using the computer and softwere to create images, there are possitive and negetive aspects of this. I find the speed to the image making, exciting, I can set a system down (the programming) and then test or draw that image in minutes, we’re that would take a hours or days in the phsical materials. I belive this is worth exploring further, and in this I think values the ideas over the process. Scale is very changeable within the process now, allowing for a range of screen sizes to be accounted for. I mentioned breathing above, because whilst working on this project, I’ve started to question why I have chosen to use blow as the input, I would like to explore other forms of subtle human inputs, possibly breathing to form the image or whispering into a devise. One outcome I didn’t expect was how much I wanted to be the one to make, blow into the mic and create the lines. When I showed others, I found myself taking ownership of there actions, and taking back the processes for myself. I initially thought i was making the interaction for others to “interact” but this as proved to be outside of my motives for the time being. I believe it is my own will to want to make images with the process, rather than display the tool. This maybe my own lack of wanting to let go of the image making and mark making process and submit to the computer generated world.