2 new plotter drawings today: Pillow Fort 1 & 2

Both use radial noise & Voronoi tessellation to create interlocking radial patterns. The second drawing overlays two separate designs.

Both drawings are available at shop.andymakes.com/

-- vital signs

::πŸ“Š::
cls(0)
for x=0,128 do
c=8+x%3
a=(x+(t()+99)*(c*c*.2))/20/c
h=sin(a+sin(a/c))*sin(a*1.3)*60
y=44-h+c*2
line(x,y,x,y+h,c)
end
flip()goto πŸ“Š

--

Distant Planets #1
9" x 12"
Micron on Bristol

Getting back into some drawing after taking a few weeks off. Took a few attempts to get everything aligned and going right to the edge of the page.

This original drawing and many others are available to purchase at shop.andymakes.com/

My first entry is up!

One button game where you control a grabber arm to push boxes in the way of balls.

555 chars. Source code available on the game page.

You can play it here: andymakes.itch.io/shelf-slide

@poemproducer

Was never on birdsite or f'book So only gained through the mastodon networks. Most interested in artists that deal with visuals, glitch, graphical algorithms, color to sound.

Paloma Kop @palomakop

Antonio Roberts @hellocatfood

crash-stop @glitchbyte

wakest
@liaizon

Pixelflowers @pixelflowers

olivia jack / hydra
@ojack

Andy Wallace
@andymakes

Elegantly Organized Complexity
@kf

Eyeling
@eyeling

Izabela Latak-Grzesik
@rejke

Party Pyramids

::_::cls()for d=0,6do
e=sin(t()/16+d/5)c=32+(d%2)*64r=12+flr(d/2)*64if(d>5)c,r=64,24
s=30+flr(d/6)*30for k=1,s do
for i=0,.75,.25do
a=c+k*sin(e+i)b=c+k*sin(e+i+.25)y=r+k
if a>b then
line(a,y,b,y,4)for p=0,1,(k%9)/(9+k)do
pset(p*a+(1-p)*b,y,8+d)end
end
end
end
end
flip()goto _

--night rollers
pal({10,137,8,11,12,9,130},1)
::_::
cls(7)
e=(t()/4)%1
s=10
for d=1,6 do
for c=0-e*60,178,s do
for r=0-e*120,178,s do
a=sin(e)/4+.75+(c+r)/99+d/(50+sin(e)*20)
circ(c+cos(a)*9,r+sin(a)*9+d-20,1,d)
end
end
end
flip()goto _
--

v=130pal({-4,12,14,-9,-7,v},1)f=sin::_::cls()e=t()/9for i=e*90%9,256,9do
line(0,i,v,i-v,6)end
for j=1,9do
for s=0,6do
d=j*9o=f(e+j/20)/3a=o+s/6x=cos(a)*d+64y=f(a)*d+64for k=0,17do
r=1+(5+f(e)*4+k/4)%6p=r%1g=1-p
if(r-p==s)circ(x*p+c*g,y*p+z*g,2,k/3)end
c=x
z=y
end
end
flip()goto _

Hate to say it, but mastodon crunched this one pretty bad. It looks a lot better on the bird site.

Have a look at this one to really give yourself a headache.

twitter.com/Andy_Makes/status/

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t=0
draw=_=>{t+=.01
createCanvas(w=400,w)
a=cos(t)
b=sin(t)
strokeWeight(2)
for(x=0;x<w;x+=9){a=PI/4+sin(t)/4
for(y=h=noise(x/w,a,b)*w*.6;y>0;y-=5)d()
a+=PI/2
for(y=i=w/2+noise(x/w+a,b,9)*w*.4;y<w;y+=5)d()
a=0
for(y=h;y<i;y+=5)d()}}
d=_=>{line(x,y,x+cos(a)*13,y+sin(a)*13)}//#p5t

Pennies
9" x 12"
Micron on Bristol

Really enjoying this shadow algorithm. I Like it best when there's only a little of it.

This drawing and many others available at shop.andymakes.com/

We're starting a public game of Skirmish Society in the Wonderville NYC discord!

Skirmish Society is a once-per-day war-game embedded in the Discord server. It is styled after classic territory control games like Diplomacy and is equal parts tactics, statesmanship & deception. Each turn you have 24 hours to submit your orders to the bot that runs the game. At the end of this period all orders resolve simultaneously.

You can join the discord here: wonderville.nyc/discord

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For a little over a year now, I've been working on a slow-play territory control game, and I'm really excited to say:

🚨 Skirmish Society is in a public test 🚨

βš”οΈ Diplomacy style war-gaming
⏰ Orders resolve once-per day
πŸ‘Ύ Lives in Discord
πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦ 5-30 players
πŸ—Ί tactics, statesmanship & deception
🐞 Prototype! Might have some bugs!

If you like these kinds of games and you're part of a Discor,d I hope you'll give it a try! I'd love to hear your feedback!

skirmishsociety.com/

I thought this tweet-length processing sketch posted by @Hau_kun would make a great drawing and I was right!

twitter.com/Hau_kun/status/139

I re-wrote it in C++ but beyond the noise function behaving a little differently, the output is identical to their source code.

ofxGCode incorporates code from:

ofxHersheyFont by Tobias Zimmer
github.com/tobiaszimmer/ofxHer

VST by @th github.com/osresearch/vst

Thank you both for making my life a lot easier!!!

And if you're looking for some examples of what you can make with ofxGCode, you can head over to my store!

Every drawing for sale here was made with this library!
shop.andymakes.com/

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I made this for my plotter, but you can use it with any device that accepts G-code. Laser cutters and CNC machines will probably require a little tweaking, but the basics should work.

My AxiDraw plotter doesn't read G-code out of the box, but I have a tool for that!

github.com/andymasteroffish/ax

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