My two latest cryptoartworks were made yesterday evening, and as usual took way longer than expected, turned out very different than planned, and were much more interesting than my original ideas
Ethereal robotics was created using a relatively simple step by step procedure, though getting the “exact” output I used from each step is probably nigh impossible by chance… if it weren’t for the fact I wrote a tutorial on Cent.co
The very basic outline of the different steps, for those who don’t want to read the full tutorial:
Weavesilk generative drawing
Deep Dream Generator for deep style transfer (using Creative Commons or public domain imagery… I like not being sued, thank you very much !)
GIMP image editing, in this case the Kaleidoscope and Engraving filters were the primary ones.
Hope you liked my attempt at summarizing the creative process, while still linking to the original tutorial I wrote yesterday.
Here are the final artworks again:
If you liked my artworks, why not drop a few cents, or even a dollar’s, worth of Eth on the Cent post ?
Hell, I put a 1$ bounty on the tutorial post, so if you’re among the top 5 upvoted comments on Cent in 4 days, you’ll even get a little Eth back
And if you really liked them… Well, head on over to SuperRare and place a bid
I’m not insane enough to expect anyone to use the “buy now” price of 1 ETH… though it would stroke my ego immensely if someone did