This was done by iterating over a grid and change the distance between the back and front of the cubes. At first the top and right were solid colors but I thought they looked better with a little texture. Thousands of points. My son Miles looked at this and said it was giving him a… Continue reading Cubes and Headaches
A couple of years ago I created a tool called “The Insane Quiggle Machine“, which was an effort to create generative art from doodles using CSS / HTML / JS. I ended up producing a coloring book with the images that this system generated. Looking back now if I’d known about Processing I would have… Continue reading Back to the Insane Quiggle Machine
There’s this app I bought years ago called Repper. It’s an app where you can take an image and create seamless patterns from sections of it. I used it a few years ago for creating a series of seamless backgrounds based on a scan of a 1924 Sears and Roebuck catalog. I really liked this… Continue reading I finally found Repper again!
I started playing around again with different ways to make a gradient in Processing other than a linear gradient. I started with this shape and by duplicating the shape. By adjusting the position with translate I can get gradients like below. These are pretty fun to run and see what slight tweaks in the number… Continue reading More messing around with gradients in Processing