Study Drawing vs Full Size Drawing

My big parametric drawings usually start with a smaller scale study drawing that is about a twenty-five percent scale to the eventual big drawing. One might think that the large drawing will look identical to the smaller scale sketch drawing. It never does. I always change things. Make adjustments. Usually adding more patterns, repetitions, and complexity.

Shown here is a very simplified case of study vs full-size drawing as this is one of my least complicated drawings. The images are in approximate scale to one another.

Parametric Drawing by Mary Wagner. Big Plaid One. Ink on paper.
Big Even Plaid One by Mary Wagner. Black ink on bristol board, figure is 23 inches in diameter.
Parametric Drawing by Mary Wagner.
Even Plaid One Study by Mary Wagner. Black ink on bristol board. Figure is 5-3/4 inches in diameter.