The prompt for Genuary 19 is 'Text/Typography'. I revisted my single-curve drawing code to draw out the word 'Scribble'. I used a nearest-neighbour approach to connecting points. It's not as good as the simulated annealing approach I used last time but it is much quicker.
The prompt for Genuary 18 is 'VHS'. I added a few different types of visual noise reminiscent of the artifacts you see when playing old VHS tapes.
The prompt for Genuary 17 is '3 colors'. I figured out how to do Atkinson dithering for color images and applied to these two images. Each uses 3 hand-picked colors plus black.
The prompt for Genuary 15 is 'sand'. I used the wonderful p5.js and started from the code here. Thanks! I added algorithmic placement and coloring using noise and trig functions. I also added some randomness to the falling state for more variation. I would like to revisit this idea in the future.
The prompt for Genuary 13 is '800x80'. There are 800 balls that come together to make 80.
The prompt for Genuary 12 is 'Packing (squares, circles, any shape…)'. I went back to my rose image. Circle sizes vary approximately with color variation so that more interesting areas of the image have more detail.
The prompt for Genuary 10 is 'Machine Learning, wrong answers only'. I built a state-of-the-art dogtector. It finds the dog in a picture and draws a bounding box around it and labels with a confidence score. This was based on this example from ml5js.org
The prompt for Genuary 8 is 'Single curve only'. I generated a single color-varying curve that sketches out an image of a rose.Thanks to this Voronoi tessellation code, this code for drawing smooth curves, and this code for solving traveling salesman problems.
The prompt for Genuary 6 is 'Trade styles with a friend'. He's not a friend but I do really like the stained glass designs of Frank Lloyd Wright. I built a system that creates variations on his Hollyhock Flower design. I got the main ideas across but it would take more time than I have now to create more intricate and varied designs.
The prompt for Genuary 5 is 'Destroy a Square'. I extended the work on flowfields to fit this theme.
I have decided to have some fun and join the Genuary 2022 generative art project. I started a bit late so here is my first entry. The prompt was 'draw 10,000 of something' - I've used 10,000 circles of various colors and sizes placed based on a photo of a rose.