It's cool and you can get pretty creative with how to produce it.
My question is, has anything worthwhile been made using these methods? I've seen music videos made from circuit bended video mixers but that's about it.
have to admit a mild addiction to exploring creating glitchart. Have seen a lot of interesting stuff on Instagram. What programs or apps are you using OP? Generate....Glitche....Glitchwizard?
Hey, i'm from the /p/ board. I would like to introduce myself to glitch art, but i cannot find a good free software to do some on my photos
I found one here : http://pixeldrifter.tumblr.com/ but it's hella limited (10$ to get the full edition, just go fuck yourself), and I couldn't find the cracked version.
just google "glitch tutorials" there's tons of ways of making glitch images without paying for anything. the most common one is with databending either with audacity (free software) or regular text/hex editors but there's also some other ways of making glitch "art".
First, make sure to skip the headers (they look like XML code). Otherwise you'll break your image.
The further down the garbled text you go, the higher up the image it should edit. If that isn't how it's working, your image is probably interleaved and you should convert it to BMP or another raw data type and reopen it.
Really, you should just look up a tutorial online.
as you can see, different formats create different glitches
Also try audacity for it. File>Open>Raw data (or something along those lines), choose the image, open. Different audio effects will cause similar edits in the image. i.e. wahwah will cause waves (and inadvertently make that section black in white, not sure why), invert will invert colors, flip will flip the section vertically.
Again, you should really look up a tutorial