Today’s post will continue our exploration of MSG processors that generate simple colored vector shapes that can be overlaid to build visual complexity to create abstract procedural art imagery. Today we’ll be exploring the 3C Abstract12 CP processor.
This post will discuss how to work with the command controls on the Paint Synthesizer Evolution help page while painting in real time to build up the abstract painting shown above. You can also use this process to create paint animations on the fly by streaming the results into an open movie stream.
There’s a vast range of different fun things you can do using the active command links in the Paint Synthesizer Evolution Help Page. We discussed this help page in yesterdays’s post along with it’s associated 4 paint Patch memories. Today we will show how to work with random paint patch evolution to create new paint…Details
The following is a screen shot of the Paint Synthesizer Evolution help page in the built in Help Browser in Studio Artist. Many people are unaware of the existence of the different paint synthesizer memories, let alone all of the different things you can use them for. So this post will take a quick look…Details
The following is a procedural abstract image generated with a simple MSG preset. We’ll take a look at how it was constructed in this post. The 2 MSG Abstract processors used in the preset are useful for creating semi-organic looking vector procedural imagery.