zipTimer: an iPod/iPhone app for pacing piano practice, cooking, workouts, you name it.
Dylan C has posted a series black and white photos. The image on the right was made in New York City in January of 2012: a still life set up by the photographer. For more work of various kinds, see his blog, in particular, this series.
Also of note is , his work with Cheetah3D, a 3D modeling program, which allows one to do “virtual sculpting.” Dylan is an artist in Leon, Mexico. He is in 5th grade.
zipTimer: an iPod/iPhone app for pacing piano practice, workouts, you name it.
Image:processing + pixelmator. An exercise in randomness and design
This is an image created with the Processing language. Part of a plan too secret to divulge in these pages! Heh, heh, heh!!
In case you were wondering: Intrusion into Harmony 1 through 6 do not exist. The number seven just had a nice sound to it.
I know, it looks photoshopped. But it’s for real!
A simple art project, after Delaunay: draw lines and curves to cut the canvas into shapes. Paint the shapes. Step back from time to time to get a feel for balance. Distribute colors across the canvas Use some color variation, e.g. green and yellow-green. I learned this exercise in Marlena Bocian’s abstract painting class in Brookline, Massachusetts.
The color difference exercises 1 & 2 is not so great; it is the lighting that is different. I think I like the composition of exercise 1 better, though i’ve been thinking that I need to “kill the white,” either by bringing one color all they way to the other or by painting in black, as if it were a stained glass window. Hmmm…. what do do?
Comments to self: (1) How about just getting the brushes and paint out and doing something new? This is 2011! (2) I think exercise 1 is better than exercise 2: more interesting pattern of shapes an colors.