In Mondays class we created 9 square grids both on paper and in Figma in order to experiment with point and line. The session was helpful as I found it made it easier to come up with completely unique/ individual designs within a very short period of time.
For the first exercise Paul asked us to create 9 unique designs inside of the grid using circles of varying shades:
After noticing that the bottom right design looked a bit like a moon I decided to play around more with circles to create a space themed grid.
I was really pleased with the outcome of this second one and I learned that I was capable of doing a lot with Figma.
After experimenting with circles Paul had us complete the same grid again but this time it was with horizontal lines:
I experimented further by using vertical lines too:
I also experimented using plane as well as point and line and found that I could round the edges of the planes I used to give a variety in my grid: