'Disorder' painting

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape
Jump to navigation Jump to search
'Disorder' painting detail.png

A 'Disorder' painting is a Zamorakian artefact which is made by restoring the damaged variant at an archaeologist's workbench after the damaged variant is excavated from the Lodge art storage excavation hotspot at the Infernal Source Dig Site with level 24 Archaeology.

The 'Disorder' painting in the journal.

Artefact info[edit | edit source]

'Disorder' painting
Chronotes[art 1] 272 (108)
Alignment Zamorak symbol.png Zamorakian
Dig site Infernal Source Dig Site.png: RS3 Inventory image of Infernal Source Dig SiteInfernal Source
Excavation hotspot Lodge art storage
Description It is hard to know what this abstract painting is trying to depict. Black is the most abundant colour, but there is vibrancy on display, and while chaotic in style, patterns also emerge.
  1. ^ This is amount for trading in the artefact at the listed collectors. A part of the collections give an additional amount of chronotes upon completion. The amount in the parentheses is the amount obtained when donating to the museum donation bin, which will give only 40% of the amount one would get from a collector.

Restoration[edit | edit source]

'Disorder' painting.png 'Disorder' painting
Archaeology-Make-X hourglass icon.pngMake-X GE icon.png
646.2 XP-10 (6s) / 8 (4.8s) [r 1]-
Archaeology Archaeology level24
Archaeologist's workbench Must be performed at an archaeologist's workbench
P2P icon.png Members only
'Disorder' painting (damaged).png'Disorder' painting (damaged)1N/A-
Samite silk.pngSamite silk62,37114,226
White oak.pngWhite oak62,31213,872
Cadmium red.pngCadmium red148,441118,174
Total price159,568
  1. ^ When wearing the master archaeologist's outfit.

Disassembly[edit | edit source]

Update history[edit | edit source]

This information has been compiled as part of the update history project. Some updates may not be included—see here for how to help out!

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The painting is likely based on the Mandelbrot set, which forms an infinitely recursive shape that is similar to the black shape shown on the painting.