how overplayed is glitch art/pixel sorting? imo the effect is pretty cool albiet not very original
also, general poto manipulation thread
you see it rarely in real life because those intricate pixel details will look like shit as soon you change their resolution or print them
When I was in college I had an assignment to illustrate a poem (one assigned to us by the dipshit teacher, worst piece of trash I ever read, it was about pi..) I took a square, rotated it and scaled it down, hit my transform again x200 action and handed it in. Easiest distinction grade I ever got. I love it when "arty" types fall for the spiel
Any more "I can't believe you like this shit, you twat, now pay me" type stories? I love 'em
i think that pixel sorting as a genre/technique is a bit overplayed, though when used properly (like in your pic) it comes out great and is beautiful.
also, can this just be the new glitch are thread?
Sorry for the long post, but.... Could anyone point me in the right direction as to which is the best/easiest to use photoshop out there. I am pretty much a beginner but i would like to start attempting to design some things. Secondly does anyone know a popular or the best 'comic/manga style drawing software' ? Thank you for your help in advance :)
actually i made it.
i was curious to see if .svg files could be corrupted in similar ways to bitmaps, so i took pic related and traced it to paths in inkscape.
i then opened the .svg in notepad++, find/replaced different numbers within the path data, then took it into gimp for cleanup because inkscape is slow as fug.
im planning to eventually write a script of two that will automatically change the path parameters to something a bit more refined than just outright replacing numbers, but that may take a while.