Numerical Analysis Art

Here are the pieces that I worked on last night for about 45 minutes. It felt good to do this amidst the craziness of the end of term.

Side-view.

A close-up of the minuscule Mandelbrot fractal that I completed.

The cover of my class notes that I had binded yesterday.

I was just annoyed that my Numerical Analysis book was getting used a lot by simply taking it out of my bag. So I started to create a book cover using simple white paper. I then decided to adorn this new cover with some writing. I then worked on the corners and the binding of the book to make it sturdier. Finally, I did a little watercolor painting for the cover art. I plan on photocopying it and pasting it on the front when I have time.

The cover can be completely removed without harming the book. Nothing has been pasted onto the book itself. The cover is just like a dust jacket. This process will destroy it.

Materials: China ink, watercolors (Sakura and Rembrandt), Tombo ABT pens

Author: range

I'm mathematician/IT strategist/blogger from Canada living in Taipei.

3 thoughts on “Numerical Analysis Art”

  1. Wow Range. You and Jo are a talented pair! I haven’t checked in with you in awhile and was really impressed with the art for your numerical analysis book. Way to go!

    We’re looking forward to your return.

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