How I created a pixelart scene with gradient mapping to try different moods on the scene. A
sophisticated way to allow quick iterating on different colors.
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I like iGoogle. It’s very handy, because I can read my RSS-feeds everywhere I am. A while ago, I tried to personalize the header of iGoogle. I found the option to create your own skin, simply by uploading an image. I didn’t know the theme would be public, because I didn’t read the conditions. So, if anyone is interested.. Here is the iGoogle-theme:
see.the.sky @ iGoogle
Maps mostly looks interesting,especially when you realize thousands or even millions of people live at that place. Well this place doesn’t exist, it is not even a real map. But I like the map-feeling it has. Generated with actionscript.
Feeling creative. I used mousegestures to create nice movements and shapes. It looks a little bit crazy but it has really great details.
Sometimes I don’t know what to think of generative art. I don’t know if these images I created could be called (or what ‘they’ called) art, or if they are just some other renders. Sometimes it feels nothing more than lines, colors. Some people who see it really love it, but at some moments I don’t know how to think about it.
But take a look at it, they have so many details (see the big sizes if you have a flickr account). I cannot count the lines, but can have a endless watch to see if there’s a message in it. A secret sign or something else I didn’t coded. How can such useless lines be that interesting? I don’t get it..