A depository for John Dalton's personal artwork. Studio Artist, MSG, procedural art, WMF, digital painting, image processing, human vision, digital art, slit scan, photo mosaic, artistic software, video effects, computer painting, fractals, generative drawing, paint animation, halftoning, video effects, photo manipulation, modular visual synthesis, auto-rotoscoping, directed evolution, computational creativity
I've been experimenting with some new rough and tumble black ink paint presets recently. Still a work in progress, but it's lead to some new paint synthesizer features. It's vector paint, so it's resolution independent for printing.
Playing around with a new Studio Artist paint preset. It's an edited modification of a preset that paints a lighting effect onto an image. The modification works great to distort the existing canvas like it's a splattering liquid paint. I started with a photo of a graffiti tag and quickly generated this abstract image by distortion painting over it.
Another swap evolved variation of a MSG preset sent to me by a Studio Artist user. I was working with directed evolution of the MSG preset in the Evolution Editor to build some organic forms in the foreground of the stylized procedural landscapes generated by the original preset.
Procedural stylized abstract landscape generated by swap evolving some Studio Artist MSG presets Liveart sent me. I worked in the evolution editor with directed swap evolution until i started seeing some organic shapes in the foreground.
Procedural abstraction generated with a Studio Artist MSG preset. I then applied several passes of Gradient Lighting processing at different scales to build up a raised relief effect for the originally flat colored procedural abstraction.
Scan Tracker panorama taken out the front window of a car with a pocket video camera. The video pan footage was processed with the Studio Artist temporal scan tracker effect to build the slit scan panorama.
Thought i'd mix things up a little after our may day inspired month of political photo collages. Slit scan of a cat walking. I used a vertical scan direction and a Studio Artist temporal image processing effect to generate the slit scan image from a short video segment.