Biological growth simulated in paint

Differential growth is a feature at all levels of organisation in a plant, from the cells, the organs which they construct, to the entire body of the plant. This growth pattern is simulated in programming code and then applied through a highly precise automated drawing machine to sculpt the flow and intermixing of paint.

Materials

Pen plotter, Acrylic paint, Cotton Canvas, OpenFrameworks, Inkscape.
An organic like cauliflower shape, mixing many different colors together. Losses shape slightly at the edges.