Yet Another Truchet ResourceHello again!More Like This
Lupsiberg has another resource to suggest: Truchet-Batch by terforpova
Big thanks to Lupsiberg
This is why you should google your artworks..Hey deviants !More Like This
I'm coming to you with this small article to make you understand why you should google your artwork...
Here's the story...
Today while eating my lunch at work, browsing the web like i'm used to do during those small 10mins of break, I found one of my artwork on a facebook link...
Strangely this was a spanish "zen" website...
the original artwork ...
So I've Google this image and find out that this exact same picture was used ... for a CD !
The CD is from Zymosis and produced by Altar Records
By searching, I've finally find the "art association" created by the "designer" itself and finally find that this exact same designer used deviantART's images to create is own "artwork" and sell them for everything ... Like a full wall print in a restaurant, CD, t shirt, flyers
What is Glitch Style?This question, like "What is the biological definition of life?" and "What images and sets count as 'fractals'?" is not as straightforward as it first appears!More Like This
In the end, glitch style is really determined by its look: patterns and textures that almost never occur naturally in apophysis. These patterns and textures can take many forms:
Keyhole by FarDareisMai
How are these patterns and textures achieved?
There is usually a strict deterministic xaos loop: Xform 1 feeds only to xform 2, which feeds only to xform 3, which feeds only back to xform 1. There is no branching, as in a more typical IFS. Sometimes, extremely unbalanced weights can give a similar effect.
Transforms often only a