Clinton Montague

Developer, learner of things, functional programming enthusiast, hacker, and all round inquisitor.

Generative art experiment 5

April 24, 2013

I’ve played with visualising the forces between particles that repel each other before, but I thought I’d have a little play around with how I could use that to create something that actually looked good (to me at least!) I put it together on codepen (which is my new favourite tool, by the way) so […]

Generative art experiment 4: colourful roots

February 26, 2013

It’s been a while since I’ve posted about anything interesting that I’ve made in Processing. Time to put an end to that! Allow me to present “colourful roots”. It started off as a simple particle system with the usual fade effect, but when I let the particle shrink and stay fully opaque, I was delighted […]

Generative art experiment 3: Lord of the rings

January 30, 2012

Generative art experiment 2: Pinkchalk spiral

January 12, 2012

Generative art experiment 1: Rainbow with a headache

Not exceptionally exciting or groundbreaking, but it was my first real experiment with processing. I got it to save out a png capture of each frame, then turned them into a video. I present to you Rainbow with a headache.