Sunday, August 03, 2008

3D Genetic Algorithms - Abstract Nº 39



A dead tree full of live birds.
Why should I set this down?
[...]

Lionel Abrahams, "A dead tree full of live birds".

6 comments:

[-V-] said...

the sky's so beautiful.loved teh colors here...

Will Doohan said...

Is the thumb of that hand testing the sand? Or is it another alien creature drinking the oily surface?

Deb said...

I just love dead trees. I photograph them often. Hmm, maybe I'll post some of them.

runnerfrog said...

Glad you like it, Vikram. I'm also working on some computer emulation of realistic scenery, but that's not genetic algorithms, so I'm considering another blog, although I'm short of time to maintain it.

Will, it's a thumb sucking the land, also it's a thumb sucking land.

Deb, please do. I've been fascinated by arborescent structures since I was a child; also that's why I started working on L-Systems to create images.

Will Doohan said...

I would like to see some tree like designs from you Cris. The repeating patterns on repeated landscapes, whether land, sea, air, or space are getting repetitive. ..... Also, Isn't it strange how many people look at these at think, "That looks Alien". Would an alien looking at it think, "that looks so human?"

runnerfrog said...

Will, in fact I'm fighting for originality since I started the blog, but specifically about the latest lack of, the problem has been detected a couple of months ago, it's that my software development needs to go forward, but my working times do not allow me to work on this hobby without neglecting my job. You mentioned the trees, that's my work on 3D L-Systems, the weakest branch of my software, giving many problems and hang ups when combining with the 3D renderer yet.

...Aliens would think "that look crazy" instead. ;-)

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