Day two of the Genuary24 challenge for generative artists asked us to create artworks using the prompt “No palettes: Generative colors, procedural colors, emergent colors”. I decided to try generating Tartan patterns using random distributions for the tartan’s pivot positions and to play with adding more colors (let’s try three, four or even more).
I decided to start using a Pareto distribution as I thought it would generate results more pleasing to the eye than others, like a random distribution. For warp and weft I used two by two units (threads). I started using two random colors.
Using three colors in creating Tartan patterns made things more interesting.
Using four colors in generating Tartan patterns.« Particle Systems in Computer GraphicsPlaying With Pixels »