4/29/22. I haven't posted anything from my AI-Poetry art project in a little bit, so here we go. I guess I shouldn't've been surprised when I asked the machine to make something using text, for it to respond using the font for math symbols. The translation is provided below. It feels like the start of a pretty cool sci-fi story, so the math symbols kind of work out to be like interesting desert hieroglyphs; pretty fitting in the end! This was also the reason for choosing this blend of inks, I think the ruddiness of it adds nicely. Hope you enjoy!
Edition : #1
Pens used: 0.5mm, 0.3mm, and 0.2mm rOtring isographs
Inks used: Noodler's Apache Sunset, Akhmatova Green, and Heart of Darkness
Total movement distance: 2059.7113 ft
Time to plot: 7hr, 15min
Number of blades: 209
Number of segments per blade: 344
Sun Size: 8.2804 inches
Start Shape Size: 0.2298 inches
Longest blade: 7.7403 inches
Biggest Sway: 2.8533 inches
Blade Mode: cubic_out, (29.12% likely)
Sway Mode: linear, (50.0% likely)
Wind Roll: 33.3415, (95.0% likely)
Blade Construction: (96.0% likely)
Portrait Roll: 85.9008, (99.0% likely)
The Statistical Unlikelihood of this plot: 13.14593280%
"This desert was a cold desert. Not a place where I would walk barefoot on the ground for months at a time, not a place where people would dig a hole in the sand and put a baby in it. The sand was cool, and the sun set and rose as it wanted to, and I wondered why I was doing this, in the name of science and discovery, when I would rather have been chasing my sister through the endless desert.
The people here didn't know anything about me. If they had, they might have guessed that I was a child of the desert, that the desert had given me a thirst that matched my curiosity almost to the point of delirium. They might have guessed that I had a passion for the desert that had given my family a reason to leave the farm and move all the way to this other place, and that the desert had given me one too, long before I walked this desert."