Gradient Patterning Machine

March 17th, 2009

We Are DAG is currently developing a Gradient Patterning Machine, here a few initial results.

Gradient Patterning Machine by We Are DAG

Gradient Patterning Machine by We Are DAG

Gradient Patterning Machine by We Are DAG

8 Responses to “Gradient Patterning Machine”

  1. Mario Klingemann Says:

    Looks like you haven’t heard of Aviary Peacock yet. “AutoPainter” which is one of its plugins allows you to build stuff like that, too. I took the freedom to recreate one of those examples here: http://aviary.com/artists/mario/images/yes_we_can

  2. today and tomorrow - pieter Says:

    Did you just re-made that? Impressive!
    I’ve heard about Aviary Peacock before, but it seems that I should have a look at it again.
    The funny thing is that I was checking out your latest incubator projects like an hour ago.
    Coincidence?

  3. Mario Klingemann Says:

    Yes, I just re-made it which took honestly took just something like 4 minutes. Well – obviously I know my own tool, which is admittedly not the easiest to understand if you open it the first time. But I encourage you to open the composition and play with it yourself (which is what Peacock is about).

  4. today and tomorrow - pieter Says:

    That’s exactly what I’m doing right now =)
    I probably don’t have to tell you how amazing your projects are.

  5. Nazara Says:

    i really really love this.

  6. Bernhard Häussner Says:

    The open source vector graphics editor Inkscape (similar to Illustrator) can do this too… it’s called cloning, outputs vector graphics (svg) and exports to png etc. It’s available here: http://www.inkscape.org/

    But it’s of course not only about the tools you know.

  7. today and tomorrow - pieter Says:

    You could achieve this result with any programmable tool … processing, flash, scriptographer, …
    For me it is about the aesthetics.

  8. WeAreDAG - Gabriel Says:

    We made the images above in Maya they are part of a larger exploration – Aviary Peacock seems cool though – we will have to check it out more. As Pieter says, there are many ways to achieve this. – G

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