The creative coding community is hands down one of the most welcoming and supportive groups of people I've come across. Onve of the most rewarding aspects of running this blog has been the friendly and educative interactions it's allowed me to have with folks all around the world.
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Interestingly, just after starting with variable-sized grids on OpenProcessing, I discover a lovely article about it.https://t.co/6z5tpgc3Xr— Mandy Brigwell (@mandybrigwell) January 3, 2023
I notice @gorillasu doesn't even entertain my brute force filling method, and to be quite honest I'm shocked that I went for it! :) pic.twitter.com/bPbNLDV81C
I've been slowly accumulating a list of non-institutional p5js and generative art resources and at this rate it's going to be 90% @gorillasu's blog.— GenLight (@generativelight) May 1, 2022
great new piece on irregular grids here: https://t.co/LouVjHiBAM
my list of resources here: https://t.co/1JqRPlEgOi pic.twitter.com/AWQEXwh2cO
have been getting lots of questions about how to start making generative art.— AdamGenart (@generativelight) February 26, 2023
i love it! start right now, it's a wonderful hobby. here are my favorite 3 resources:
2/ @gorillasu's blog
3/ @shiffman youtube channel
Learned a new way to hack watercolor from @gorillasu Here's my sketch using his technique and combined with a little scribble technique I wrote.— FZ (@faze2ezaf) April 10, 2022
Here's the link to his "Making of Vestige" https://t.co/fAfgaU2gAz#p5js #generativeart #generative #creativecoding pic.twitter.com/czaNRoaQsL