Drawing: Faulty Circuit 4

The Faulty Circuits drawings are 18″x24″ ink and charcoal drawings on vellum.  They are computer designed and plotted electronic schematics, with hand work on top, finishing the diagram and closing the electronic loop.

While quite adept at reading and developing electronic schematics and circuits, I designed these diagrams as a communciation of symbology, not for building an actual working electrical device.  They are intended to communicate a sense of balance of power, but it will be obvious to a skilled reader that any application of power will simply short the load and any ‘resistor’ would quickly heat up and blow out.

Faulty Circuit 4, 18x24 ink and charcoal drawing on vellum by Jameson Bennett

Faulty Circuit 4, 18x24 ink and charcoal drawing on vellum by Jameson Bennett

Beware, a device built from any these schematics will most likely end up as a ball of very hot electrical fire.  Kind of the point.