None of These Will Ever Look the Same
NONE OF THESE WILL EVER LOOK ALIKE.
So what's happening here? Basically for each particle generated (that is a new pattern) I'm randomizing as many parameters as I can get my hands on. Note that by doing this it really shuffles a bunch of stuff resulting in these extremely complex patterns. These are totally created by chance and they cannot be reproduced. Additionally the layout is randomized.

The colors are chosen from a random assortment of popular color choices on Behance and many other websites alike. In general, the tones mimic what a modern designer would probably choose.

I think the joy of what I've been doing is that I make these mostly to really just press on the idea of variation, how nature creates variants all the time and I wanted to replicate that to some extent in a computer. Additionally it's interesting to see how a very simple system like this one can easily generate thousands of intricate designs each with their own possibility.


None of These Will Ever Look the Same
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