Gradient DashesMethod 'A' treats the space of the paper as catalog of variables. In series 006, each vertical line is drawn in segments. Unlike in series 004 and 005, these whole-page verticals are not sub-divided into portions. Instead, beginning at the top, a vertical segment is measured. Whether this computational line becomes a drawn line depends on the result of a random value. The algorithm works its way down the page in even increments. Unlike in series 004 and 005, there are no dash-gap patterns. Instead, as the calculated segments near the bottom of the page, the likelihood that they are drawn gradually decreases. The increment for each line varies with the line's horizontal position. This run was drawn with a heavily worn pen.