koloCubism

koloCubism

The algorithm employed here requires the use of a node list, rather than individual shapes, where individual nodes are connected to form four sided closed areas. The nodes can be translated (displaced in two directions) and are joined to form irregular polygonal facets. Each closed area has 4 vertices and a gradient is applied across the surface from opposite corners.

The combination of drawing an array of polygons and gradient coloring those shapes from opposite vertices produce an image that reminds me of works by Picasso and other Cubist painters.

The algorithm employed here requires the use of a node list, rather than individual shapes, where individual nodes are connected to form four sided closed areas. The nodes can be translated (displaced in two directions) and are joined to form irregular polygonal facets. Each closed area has 4 vertices and a gradient is applied across the surface from opposite corners.

The combination of drawing an array of polygons and gradient coloring those shapes from opposite vertices produce an image that reminds me of works by Picasso and other Cubist painters.

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