Spider web architecture is usually broken down into a few main categories- spiral, tangle, and funnel. One night while observing the web of a black widow I realised that "tangle" didn't describe their webs at all, it seemed to refer instead to people's weak understanding of the web. Black widows build complex structures with an asymmetric organisation using different kinds of silk. That being said, I still have to kick them off the property. Spider webs were commonly spritzed with water for photographs, to reveal their structure and produce an effect of "dewey jewels". I use spray paint.