It is not always easy for me to prepare designs in advance on paper. I often go to the beach for my clients and more and more I have to improvise when I have the opportunity to go there to make a drawing on the sand, which will be part of my personal collection. This beach art therefore once again left my imagination at the last minute, with a desire, however, to do graphic research. Once the sandbank has been identified as the one, which will be the best location for the fresco and the aerial shots, I start to draw large straight lines, which will intersect. In particular, this allows me to fill the space as well as possible. Then, I will just have to identify the few places where the crossings form triangles to integrate patterns, which I had already done before. Sometimes keeping it simple is much more effective visually and it is the case here. The shots with the drone will give me satisfaction after about 2h30 of tracing on the beach, of this new ephemeral painting.