1 April 2010

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Title: Patterandom Worn Stripe 002c
Size: 8200px x 8200px
Method: Javascript scripting in Photoshop
A different run of the same code as in the previous programme. On an image this scale, it takes about 20 minutes to loop the script and action mix 50 times (or 2 hours on my crummy work laptop). As mentioned in post 0012, another version of this design will be digitally printed onto fabric for a show in the Xuzhou Museum of Art, China. Each one of the designs going into the show had 10 runs of the 50 loop script, so are made up of 500 layers of random pattern.

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Title: Patterandom Worn Stripe 001c
Size: 8200px x 8200px
Method: Javascript scripting in Photoshop
A different version of the Patterandom algorithm; this one uses the stripe as the base element. I spent some time tweaking the different setting to get the balance right with the random elements - at some point it would be good to have some kind of user interface at the start of the script that made this easy to tinker with.

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Title: Patterandom Worn Spot 002a
Size: 8200px x 8200px
Method: Javascript scripting in Photoshop
This is the image in the previous post after the Patterandom script has looped over it 50 times. A later version of the same design will be featured in an exhibition in the Xuzhou Museum of Art, China, along with a version of the Patterandom Worn Stripe algorithm.