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The Daily Vapor
I was interested in the unfolding of the ferns in our garden. Ferns display classic "fractal"
symmetry, but I didn't exploit that fact in this rendering.
Climate Changing Shape
This changing shape uses some frames from CLIMATE CHANGE to texturize itself.
One of a series of animated characters from an interactive multimedia booth
in the Recycled Art Pavilion at the Taejon Science Expo in 1993.
In the window
A little zoom test. Soon: smoother zooms.
In the window
Wave on the Beach
There's a rhythm of waves on the beach - that this animation doesn't really catch,
but it's a motif that I'd like to bring into these animations from time to time,
since wind is also a wave-like motion.
Wave on the beach
New Printer has arrived!
Yesterday a new, high quality printer, suitable for making reasonably sized art prints, arrived at
I'm testing it out with various formats or paper and quality settings, but it looks really good.
Some of my art schemes may come to fruition at last!
Venuses in Transit
These versions of Venus seem a bit more like fish in transit.
Lightly recycled from Bill Rabinovitch's Weeping Women play, as seen on Art Seen, MNN,
sometime in the 90s.
edge of an axon
I'd almost forgotten about the edge fading pen.
A litte character animation.
Moire vs. blue patch
This short animation contrasts the fascination with moiré patterns and the antics of the black and blue shape flitting above it.
Vapor is capable of some delicate effects, like this cross hatching.
Shadow on a Field
A shadow crosses a textured field
Shadow on field
This old Vapor logo is built by turning pixeld into shaded rectangles, using a Vapor Paint ARexx macro.
These intestine-like things all have different timings between their keyframes, keeping them similar, but not in synch.
Tiled surface textures, looking either like flooting sea jellies or cast-off nets.
Another ancient Amiga animation!
Based on animation of Preston Blair's Red Hot Riding Hood.