3 November 2010


Title: Patterandom Worn Spot 003d
Size: 8200px x 8200px
Method: Javascript scripting in Photoshop
A quick experiment at mixing the Spot and Stripe Patterandom scripts. The image started off completely generatively, with about 200 runs of the Spot code. Ten runs of the Stripe and Spot code were then alternated, with a bit of tweaking of the pattern sizes on the way, reacting visually to what was there before (which I guess makes it not technically generative).
I'm quite intrigued by the colour palette that emerges with this algorithm. In theory, it should be completely random within the RGB colour space, but it seems to favour a kind of green and purple mix (seen full size, this isn't quite so obvious). A future angle will be to favour certain colours, palettes or atmospheres.

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