I like the delicate squiggles, the spacing and the light cross hatching in this sketch. It has a coincidental resemblance of a Joan Miró composition. But Miró planned his work.
I did not plan the visual look of this drawing but rather followed a manual procedure. My process was to create a uniform spacing of irregular lines. If I had continued the drawing to its natural limit, the entire paper would be a field of gray, or entirely black. I cross hatched along some of the curved lines, varying directions, creating different planar surfaces.
The final flourish was filling in a tear-drop shaped form with red.