The workshops begin with the first technique which will involve the use of fine marker pens attached to string with paper. By doing this, the participants will be able to form a figurative formation of what a galaxy may look like at the beginning of its cycle.
As the workshop progresses, participants shall see their own creations evolve from original figurative forms to ones of the geometric. In this way, the process of this task divides into three steps. Set beyond the traditional traits of drawing, this workshop will allow the public to experiment with a selection of abstracted techniques that influence the ideas of drawing restraint.
The second and third stages of the process involves the participants placing a sheet of tracing paper over their drawing and marking out their chosen points, to finally transfer onto another piece of paper and join up the dots, in whatever way seems to create a flow in the drawing to come out with a geometric form.
In this way, the process used in the workshop would be a great exercise for all ages, introducing them to an abstracted and playful way of drawing. By doing this, the workshop will be a great opportunity for the public to interact and work with the artist, and get to bring home their creations.