Sometimes the images are glamorous, sometimes they seem psychedelic. At times, they may even seem to momentarily fall asleep, but only to regenerate their power, and strike once again with a new mesmerizing recombination — luring the viewer into a parallel, Nirvana-like universe of art… It’s like you keep watching for a comet to streak across the sky but, in this case, a possibility of discovering a new wonderful event on your screen is immeasurably higher.
Here’s how Dynamic Painting works in action.
You start with a base image, and the computer transcends the rest in an ongoing morphing:
Dynamic Painting is fun, if not interesting, but it is not art because the sensitivity of the human hand in context is missing.
A computer can render endless images but only the human aesthetic knows when to stop.