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Another quick PureData experiment.

I'm getting more comfortable with it but it's still very hard to build something I plan beforehand.


I recently got an oscilloscope and have been all over Oscilloscope Music.

I'm just getting started with PureData, so this is far from amazing but it is quite fun to play around with (and of course it looks cooler on a real oscilloscope).



A submission for Weekly Loop 3 6

three versions of very simple monochromatic things in a square grid + a glitched bonus gif.

welp, there goes the streak; i could blame going on holiday but really I totally would've had the time to do it.

for my mom's birthday - don't tell her yet, theres a couple minutes left!

did the low-poly in inkscape and wrote some simple XML processing to get the paths out of the SVG file.\

Source on github: goldfish/init.moon

i've seen the general idea done a couple of times, but this was a nice exercise in geometry.

I'm pretty sure theres a better way of constructing the outer polygon from one of it's vertices and the edge angle, but I'm just rotating it back and translating to get it to stick vertex-to-vertex which feels kind of weird (and unreadable).

Source on github (moonscript)

not very impressive.... also something didn't quite work out with the colors this time

as always, on github

I'll most likely make this one a lot pretty at some point.

more shapes. cut-short triangle flipping around a hexagon.

Source on github: flipping.moon

damn it, late to submit again. Will try to do another one in time this week...

for the interested: code on github

Missed last week :/
Well I made two "holosphere" ones so I guess... still going? :D

not exactly sure what this is.

man, inspiration is hard to come by. Rewrote schedulör from scratch, have yet to port the old loops over to the new engines (and fix their looping!), so no source until then. It's messy anyway.

weird jumpy pseudo-3d sphere thing.

not happy with it due to absence of ideas... either going to improve it until the end of the week or make a new one.

Source on github

theres a transparent version but it has black seams so here is in black:

EDIT: added a new version I did with a lot of the same code. Now Im neutral :P I do realize my loops are way too long, need to use less different prime factors for the loops....
Also found an intrinsic error in how I detect looping atm... dirty fix for now, will be smarter when I rewrite schedulör for a public release.

I built a small Scheduling/Looping engine in LÖVE and a Wrapper that loops until all "partial loops" are done and auto-screencaps everything. I present: my first looping gif!

The code is now in a github repo:

I'm not too happy about the amount of work I get done atm and I'm hoping I will get back on track for finished stencil per day when a few other important things that are up atm are done the day after tomorrow.

Got myself a proper scalpel and thinner paper today. Paper might be a bit too thin, it doesn't stay as flat as the other one and is more flexible.

This was, without doubt, the hardest stencil to cut so far. All the tiny details at the top of the head were insanely hard to do, I ended up mostly just pushing the blade through and wiggling to make a slit. It turned out great regardless, and I'm proud of it. This is also a candidate for an A3 remake some time.

I used a thin cap for the red color to get through the tiny holes with a bit more force, and it worked out great without overspraying too much.

Did a terrible job aligning the layers, I'm keeping the stencils to try it another time. Still happy witht he results though :D

You can kill a man, but you can't kill an idea.

I integrated my portfolio with my jekyll blog today. They now happily coexist at

I will update this with a post aswell some time this week.

Turned an idea that I sketched on paper three or four months ago into a stencil. Finishing touches and painting probably tomorrow.

Another small one, I am kind of running out of ideas and also not being very creative anymore (this was straight from google images basically). Let's see if I can get my motivation up again in the next days :D

This has got to be one of the dirtiest design jobs I did so far, I spent less than 5 minutes on this I think. Still turned out pretty good.

Whale Whores is S13E11 and probably my favorite South Park Episode.

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