Posts Tagged ‘drawing’

360 degree drawings

Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

The tones of the shadows add up as the images scroll to create 7680 px long panoramic images.
It took a whole week to release these clips since I came up with this, just because the rendering time took far longer than expected.

full size images:

forest (360 degree)

local store (360 degree)

camping (360 degree)

Kids pencil sketches

Sunday, May 20th, 2012

I came back to simulation of pencil sketching again but with more softer strokes this time. I liked the gentle tone of gray and the unexpected effect of light around the girl’s hair, while I see a bit of photo-likeness which I want to get rid of.

A piece from the previous series for comparison:

Paintings and drawings

Saturday, February 11th, 2012

Thanks to the links from A.N.D, creativeapplications and the openframework’s gallery page, two of my pencil drawing movies have got accesses over 2K.
I just looked back some of my painting and drawing related works. Some old ones still looked interesting. I remember processing took very long time to render them though the resolution was lower that the recent ones. Recreating them in better performance with openframeworks and new PC might be fun.

Black board drawing – breakfast from kynd on Vimeo.

Black board drawing – apple byte from kynd on Vimeo.

San Francisco from kynd on Vimeo.

pencil drawing (4) from kynd on Vimeo.

portrait of an Argentino from kynd on Vimeo.

Zebras from kynd on Vimeo.

landscape from kynd on Vimeo.

oil paint from kynd on Vimeo.

Black board drawing – apple byte

Saturday, February 11th, 2012

And the chalks.
I’ve loved them ever since my childhood though the blackboards are giving way to much cleaner whiteboards.
The tone of chalks is much richer than markers, and I like the idea of adding the brightness to the black background. That gives me a slightly different sensitivity to the light than when doing the opposite

Music: “Compost” by Rhombus (

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