Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best for making pretty graphic tables. That day, I left with a single rake in my hand and the drone in a backpack. Direction the Côte Sauvage in La Tremblade in Charente-Maritime, to find the ideal sandbank, which will receive the drawing on the beach of the day. The baïnes will not disappoint me because I will be able to work between a pretty strip of sand and the sea. For the visual itself, I go back to the square and decide to transform it into both texture and shape. I will be able to put them on top of each other, but especially of different sizes to give dynamics. This type of beach art project can be endless and you have to be wary as the final shape might not be more pleasing to the eye. We must therefore try to have a more global vision to know when this cluster of squares makes sense to create a new visually interesting ephemeral painting. I was tempted to fill the sandbank that day, but the aerial shots with the drone will prove me right to have stopped early enough. There will be around 2h30 of plotting for this fresco on the beach.