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soko
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Post Soft generate patterns
on: February 9, 2018, 21:34
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[color=#][/color]Hello everyone!!!

I have my polargraph running with my mega arduino, SD and no screen.

I am delighted with the results, congratulations for the project !.

I have tried the Norwegian Pixels technique integrated in the controller and it works well with very good results.

But I have doubts to generate other design patterns. I have searched several pages to try the following patterns,

http://www.polargraph.co.uk/forum/polargraphs-group2/drawing-techniques-forum4/style-overview-thread493.0/

I have found the following programs, and I would like to know if there is one more:

Cross Hatch => ??
ImageOutline => ??
ImageParticles => ??
ImageReaction Diffusion => ReactorV1.2
Traveling Salesman and StipleGen => Stipplegen2.12
ImageNorwegian Pixels => Polargraph controller
ImageScribble => Drawbot_image_to_gcode (processing)
ImagePosterize and Infill => Inkscape or Illustrator
ImageVoronoi => ??
ImagePolargraph => Polargraph controller

I would add the technique generated by SquiggleDraw (processing) that I find very interesting.

But with these programs I do not get the qualities that you show in many of their examples in the post or like this example:

http://www.drawnbyrobot.com/gocupi/imgs/16114294_10202700084739050_2256631553307293946_n.jpg

Do you know any other software with which I can test?

Thank you very much.

kongorilla
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kongorilla
Post Re: Soft generate patterns
on: February 13, 2018, 22:25
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Hi Soko,

The alien drawing you link to is a a very dense 'Traveling Salesman' drawing -- so, Stipplegen is what you want for that.

The ?? in your list are answered by clicking the names of the styles in the original thread -- they are links to Jan Krummrey's Flickr posts, which describe how the art was generated. Since most are Processing sketches, as is SquiggleDraw, that's what you need to use.

Rick McConney's Pen Plotter has a few styles you might find useful, including a crosshatch:
https://github.com/RickMcConney/PenPlotter

soko
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Post Re: Soft generate patterns
on: February 15, 2018, 22:03
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Thank you very much for your help, I just discovered penplotter and I am happy.

regards

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