I’m all about generative art these days. Today, I present you Metaballs, my latest creation. It is one of those projects that I visualized in my head and managed to pull it off exactly how I imagined it.
Somehow I came up with an idea to generate spheres, smoothly merge them to get organic looking shapes, which then I would slice up and render the I ordered a pen plotter and that is the reason I’m focused on producing vector files.
One of the final images looks like this (click on it to see more):
Recently I started playing with generative art. I’m new to the whole thing and I’m absolutely enjoying it. Today I want to show you the first generative art project I’m satisfied with.
It is called Neon and you can check it out here or by clicking on the image below.
I will try to explain in detail how Neon works, however this won’t be a coding tutorial. But it is an open source project, and code is available here.
These days I’m playing with three.js again. I’m not an expert but I enjoy playing with graphics.
Conveniently, a friend of mine sent me this Dribble, and I thought it would be a perfect exercise to try making it. I still haven’t done it, but I did some exploration on how to built it.
Another Catalina rant, this time about Ruby. As far as I know, on MacOS, it is advisable to For example users don’t have write permission on the system’s gems folder. , and install a separate version for development. I had one installed via Homebrew, and never had any issues with it.