Discovered the wonderful Daniel Shiffman recently, and fell in love with his beginner tutorials on p5js. What a superb educator! Click and drag to draw more bubbles. The max number of bubbles is set to 100, so by drawing new ones you can sort of control what part of the canvas they can move. Click… Fortsett å lese Blowing bubbles
My my how time flies. It’s been two years since I built my first drawing machine, a vertical pen plotter. I’ve since then built two more machines using the same hardware, but different sizes, and made over a hundred drawings and experiements. I even had a one month exibition at a tiny local cafe. Nerd… Fortsett å lese Ideas for Drawing machine #1
(Featured photo by Sergio Russo) Keywords: Art, oil, environmentalism, activism, civil disobedience. Norway produces approximately 2 million barrels of oil per day, 12% of the worlds production. This project seeks financing and formal approval for building and promoting a sculpture built from the same number of used oil barrels.
Some years ago I worked on a series of images based on glitchy frames from the now defunct RealVideo format. Back in the day when high bandwidth still was something rare, RealVideo was great for compressing streaming and ondemand video, but sometimes it would spit out video with strange artifacts, especially when livestreaming. In the… Fortsett å lese Glitching
Gleder meg (nesten) til vinteren, har et par fine små prosjekter på blokka jeg kan koze meg med når snøen kommer.
Heldagsmøter gir en sjelden ro til å tegne.
Just until we get around to redecorating properly :)
I downloaded my first copy of Processing (Processing.org) a few years ago, but I have never gotten past the initial few demos and small tutorials. I’ve been interested in generative computer art for many years, ever since I first saw the work of Marius Watz in the mid nineties and had a stint reading dadaist… Fortsett å lese Processing: Sketch_081001a, and how to embed a sketch in a wordpress post