Sunday, July 13, 2014

From my digital deconstructivist phase


Two Mac classics
From the
Deconstruction:Classic Show.
The top one actually worked for a couple of weeks,
until a random bit of static 
caused a catastrophic failure.
I modified the relic into several non-electical sculptures
after that.
The bottom photo documents the process of PhotoChopping (my word)
some images in Photoshop on my MacBook Pro
and
saving them to a USB floppy drive (purchased for this purpose alone).
The floppy was then inserted in the modified Mac Classic
(note the vertical screen)
and put into a database to be accessed by
a program I wrote (on the Mac Classic)
in Chipmunk Basic.


Friday, July 11, 2014

Thursday, July 10, 2014

So many options...


Here's a random selfie from last year sometime.
I'm still trying to sort out all the
AutoMagic
Settings
And
Choices
available in the world of all things
iPad.
Easy. 
If you have several lifetimes to sort out 
all the options.

Monday, September 16, 2013

Post-Contemporary


This was built in Flash.
A beautiful but time consuming technique
known as a Shape Tween.
Flash has become difficult to integrate into the net,
but non Action Script bits can be saved 
as a gif! 

Saturday, April 6, 2013

Bookshelf on my Mind

Too much information.
I got my first computer about 
30 years ago.
I can't tell you how many times
an 
upgrade 
has completely destroyed
everything I had built up to that point.
House of Cards!

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Bad Photoshop - Quick and Dirty

I feel a series 
coming on.
The Devil is in the details.
So why not just 
leave them out?
Too many notes,
just take some of them out
and it will be fine.