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Shapes of Interacting Tones 1


320 x 352 pixels, produced on a Vic-20 computer.

Here, rectangular block were set up for calculating gradients going in 2 different directions.

 

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Shapes of Interacting Tones 2


320 x 352 pixels, produced on a Vic-20 computer.

Several 'exclusive-or' blocks were applied to the rendering shown before this one (effectively reversing the existing tones).

 

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Shapes of Interacting Tones 3


320 x 352 pixels, produced on a Vic-20 computer.

A pleasing combination of shapes and tones. The initial rendering took about 7 hours to complete. After the initial rendering, the borders between neighbouring levels of tone were diffused slightly by manually editing alternating pairs of the two neighbouring levels. This would be a useful thing to do for all of the images shown here with bands of different gradient levels, but the extra time for manually editing these images would be just too much.

 

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Pattern from Interacting Tones 1


320 x 352 pixels, produced on a Vic-20 computer.

There was a 4 x 4 pattern made from the same unit image. Columns 2 and 4 were then reversed by applying exclusive-or blocks over them (effectively reversing the tonal values of those columns). It gives the impression of alternating tonal relationships.

 

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