Walk in the park, look at the sky: collected thoughts, processes and observations made during the course of making things
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- 28.06.19 Loving the shape of this as it continues to grow
Love me a good node based interface for making stuff.
- 01.06.19 Waking
- 31.05.19 A little Fritz Lang like
- 31.05.19 Electronic City
More playing with these noise generated patterns, this time a bit of modulo action to create some striping, plus grouping of materials.
- 30.05.19 Continuing to play with using noise to create ridged forms
- 21.05.19 More work-in-progress
Like the use of flat circles in Houdini.
- 21.05.19 Work-in-progress
For a client thing, using Processing to construct a csv file from provided data then importing that csv into Houdini. Quite a nice…
- 21.05.19 Aphrodite
- 01.05.19 Wires and Bits
- 28.04.19 Noisy
- 27.04.19 Wire
Similar technique as before but makes things look more circuit like. #houdinifx #generative
- 26.04.19 SOS growth
- 22.04.19 T.S. Eliot on the artists’ mind as a test chamber.
Love this quote from T.S. Eliot about thoughts, feelings and images as particles, uniting to form a compound.
- 29.03.19 More frequency
- 28.03.19 There’s nothing more satisfying than when you manage to figure out something t…
Currently working on a project in TouchDesigner and needed an elegant way to fade out and fade in audio programmatically. In the end I used…
- 26.03.19 Strata
- 25.03.19 Contours
- 21.03.19 Vents
- 13.03.19 Flowing Dragon
- 11.03.19 Molecular
- 27.02.19 More interference studies
- 26.02.19 Noisy sketch
- 06.02.19 Metallic disco noise
- 06.02.19 Noisy vinyl
- 06.02.19 Noise ridges
- 02.02.19 Quick sketch of Boolean growth test
- 29.01.19 Interview on This is HCD Podcast
When I was speaking at Pixel Pioneers Belfast in November 2018, Gerry Scullion — founder and host of the This is HCD podcast — asked if I'd lik…
- 12.01.19 John Whitney's Showreel from 1961
I’ve always been a fan of John Whitney’s work, starting from when I first saw his collaboration with Saul Bass to create the Vertigo titles for…
- 07.01.19 Unravelling Monet
Colours derived from a Monet painting. #houdini
- 04.01.19 Great tutorial on working with CSV data in Houdini
This is a really great tutorial by Niklas Rosenstein showing how to use csv files with Python in Houdini, rendering over one billion points!