Hand drawn ink on paper (archival art marker and pigmented felt tip), approx 8 x 10 inches
Ink and marker on acid free drawing paper, approximately 7 × 10 inches (Hand drawn). Sunny sunshine colors and overlapping ripples and waves. Destructive interference doesn’t exactly work with ink waves, but that’s OK. In a lot of actual experiments using electromagnetic scattering and interference, we measure the effect of the wavefront on a medium like a film or image plate. The phase information is lost – we “see” wave “squared” and no negative values. Overlapping ink rings are not a terrible approximation, even though the areas of attenuation due to destructive interference are lost. Plus yellow is very happy, so who’s worrying about additive versus interference style overlapping ripples?
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