- Print Date
- Print Duration
- 56 minutes, 14 seconds
- Paper Size
- 20×20 cm
- Distance Drawn
- 22.26 m
Among Us is a popular multiplayer online game. A team of crewmates try to complete tasks, whilst avoiding meeting an unfortunate end at the hands of “imposter” players. One of the most common crewmate tasks involves connecting the ends of coloured wires, which appear in a random layout each time they are accessed.
This plot is a visualisation of all permutations the wires can make. With 24 possible wire layouts, and 24 possible permutations of colour for each, the total number of permutations is 576.
Sakura Gelly Roll Moonlight— 0.5mm (10)Fluorescent Yellow, XPGB10#403
Sakura Gelly Roll Moonlight— 0.5mm (10)Red, XPGB10#419, Archival ink
Sakura Gelly Roll Moonlight— 0.5mm (10)Fluorescent Pink, XPGB10#420
Sakura Gelly Roll Moonlight— 0.5mm (10)Blue, XPGB10#436, Archival ink
- Four colours — Yellow, Pink, Blue, and Red
- Each row contains all possible layouts
- Each column contains all colour combinations for a single layout
- Each permutation measures 6×4.25 mm
- Contender for the worlds most tedious video game Bingo card
This was my first attempt at using the Gelly Roll pens for a detailed plot — there’s still a way to go. The yellow and pink colours produced much bolder, fatter lines than the red and blue, even after going over them multiple times. I’m guessing it’s the fluorescent ink being a different consistency. The overlap effect worked well though.
Stabilo Point 88 Fineliner— 0.4mmRed, 88/40
Stabilo Point 88 Fineliner— 0.4mmDark Blue, 88/41
Stabilo Point 88 Fineliner— 0.4mmYellow, 88/44
Stabilo Point 88 Fineliner— 0.4mmPink, 88/56