My grid of permutations of something is about the 3! possible orders to make of depth 3...

I am late... But while working with attractors I decided to paint 500 lines between successive points...

If you have 3 known strange attractors and build with them you have 3! possible orders. Sometimes the result is visually poor...

A point in a strange attractor depends on some previous point. The points of steps depends on some previous attractor.
I am having a lot of fun with .

Today is about the color pallete. I am working in my personal implementation to draw strange attractors and... too.

My favorite is this one with a strange message highlighted in the center.

"Draw a line. Wrong answers only". The jan.22 prompt. Ok. I shuffled a message and built lines of texts. But the lines are from the photographs bellow.

The code is in gitlab.com/rodrigovalla/genuar. I think my favorite is this one:

The prompt for today is using an API. I use stock market data from ... We are in early 2021 so I used data from PFE, BNTX, MRNA and AZN.

The models were a set of broken sequins from a fabric. I edited the raw files with the fantastic @RawTherapee
painting a bit with its color toning algorithms.

I used the always effective technique...

Today I used camera rapid motion as a random source...

A pine tree can be drawn with a random fall followed by a random walk. A for

A set of "Mondrian's strips" merge in a little tribute. A lot of rectangles and their interference. Here is the first work...

You still have time to send me your Mondrian's strips for be part or today's prompt:
azarte.gitlab.io/scripts/mondr

You can try to draw a several lines in the same canvas passing "?clean=false"...

If you don't have time to throw the dice again and again you can try it with a sketch:
bit.ly/az_dicelines

You can get out from the sheet so quickly...

Take a sheet of paper and a pencil. Draw a point in the middle.
Roll two dice. The one closest to the sheet decides the direction, the other the length of the line.
Repeat until you get off the sheet.

I think finally in 2021 I am going to learn to play chess (seriously). So I started reading the Bobby Fischer's book... What a way to describe how to move the knights!

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