Drawing a geometric shape with a compass

Drawing a geometric shape with a compass


Summary Making fundamentals from outside of the main circle. Placing lines as close as possible to each other, while keeping around 0.25mm space between them. All in all, it stays within 0.5 mm. Applying the same method to the outer shells. The red part is where I used the compass method. Moving on to the central part. Almost there. Stay with me. Let’s move on to the outer part Basically it’s the same: combination of 0.25 mm lines. Differentiating spaces between them. This way, it gives me more options in coloring process later. Finishing the mid-center part. Now that I have used the central point so many times, a needle of my compass enlarged the point as big as a millimeter. As this may jeopardize precise drawing, it must be dealt with somehow. From the back, the hole’s around 0.5 mm. To fix this, I need a piece of paper, a strip of a plastic file. Tape them so they stick to the back side of the main paper. The main paper is already reinforced by a clear file. Only is it not enough. It cannot move even a bit. So I try to eliminate any room between the tape and the paper. No bubble means it’s not going to move. Now that the hole is fixed, it feels sturdy. Moreover, it makes it a lot more precise. 95% there. Plain frame. Time to color it.

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