PART ONE | the task roulette:
GO WALKING THROUGH A HAY FIELD. PLAY ONE-HANDED VOLLEYBALL ON THE BEACH.
- MAKE ICE CUBES OUT OF JUICE.
PART TWO | how I solved it:
+ 3 rows and 3 columns grid.
+ Each cell is to hold one ice cube. However, as my ice cube mould is only for 8 cubes, the bottom left cell was left unused.
+ The so called ‘starting point’ of the drawing is 4 units from the left edge, and 15 units from the top edge.
+ I made ice cubes containing a serial number from 1 to 8, on tiny pieces of paper. These cubes were then melted, and the order in which the cubes dissolved had been recorded. From the fastest melted cube to the slowest one; one number per cell, starting in the upper right cell, and working across to the left.
+ Each number was then transformed into a black square, where the given number corresponds to the side length of the depicted square; the square of the number one has a side length of 1 unit and the square of the number 8 has a side length of 8 units, and so on.
+ FINALLY all these black squares were aligned:
1) The square in cell number one is the base point of the final image; this is with its bottom right corner, placed at the so called starting point of the drawing. The other squares are aligned with this:
2) The squares in each row are aligned on the bottom side, with a 1 unit space between them.
3) The squares of the right column are aligned with the right corner of the base-table.
4) There is 1 unit space between the largest square of the given row and its upper row.
PART THREE | few samples: