Probably my favorite photo of the day, just on grounds of subject matter.
A huge ship on the horizon in the sitance. Foamy waves against the rocks in the foreground.
These are among my favorite "flowers". I don't know what they're called, but their multiple "eyes" makes them kind of unsettling, but very beautiful.
Dark pink flowers offset against a city street.
Cairn on a rocky beach, bit of a hiking boot blurred in the background.
It fell over less than a minute after taking this picture.
Plant of some sort. Came out a nice pastel green. We can totally pretend that that was intended and not accidentally over-brightened.
Fuzzy long duck!
Cats are hard to photograph. Black(ish) cats especially so.
Their names are Caprice and Ash, and they protect our servers. #netrunner jokes
The conceit for my blobxel program is you can import some pixel art and get something blob-by and not pixel art back. It reads the input pixels and then translates them into some number of particles, then performs some simple fluid dynamics on them.
The fluid dynamic part is working pretty well. The next step is to read in the particles and render something cool. This is something simple--just rerendering the pixel art with opacity based on the density of particles.
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