Friday, November 17, 2006

IF: Thanksgiving Cornucopia







Here's another generative piece. I've given this one a mind of its own, but I've restricted the palette to colors you would see in a cornucopia. Click on the image to stop drawing, then click again to start a new illustration. If you get something really interesting, take a screen shot, crop it, and e-mail me the image, or post a link to it in your comment.

Below are some samples of completed illustrations, in case you're too impatient to wait for your own.

13 Comments:

  • I have been playing with this, it is cool, very mesmerizing. I have sent you the image that was my favourite.

    By Anonymous benconservato, at 10:45 AM  

  • wow honey, that's really neat! I keep finding thanksgiving-ish pictures in these drawings. It is so much fun. You totally rock!

    By Anonymous dear wife, at 11:34 AM  

  • Wow, I could watch that for a few hours. :-)

    By Blogger Rrramone, at 2:22 PM  

  • My wife got one that she claims looks like a turkey.

    By Blogger jordan, at 9:24 PM  

  • Yep .... those are beautiful jordan. The more layers - the more interesting they get. Waaaaay better than the standard thanksgiving fare.

    By Anonymous mac mcrae, at 9:25 PM  

  • Mesmerizing and beautiful! Great work. Thanks for sharing the genius...

    By Blogger Digital Scott's illustrationblog, at 10:19 PM  

  • wow!
    i've seen joshua davis speak as well, what a fresh approach!

    By Blogger mr.G, at 10:50 PM  

  • This is truly unique. very very refreshing to see this kind of thing posted at I.F. Love these.

    By Blogger steve, at 10:00 AM  

  • Cool!

    By Blogger Michelle Lana, at 6:35 PM  

  • Well, Jordan, it looks great! Nice and soothing movement there, and the colors go well together.

    I want to see you do another soon.

    By Anonymous tyson, at 12:43 AM  

  • WOW!! These are super neat!

    By Blogger Alina Chau, at 1:48 AM  

  • I ran your program and totally created a turkey!!!! (well I added the eye)...I call it "Happy Turkey in a Blender."

    By Anonymous Nate, at 11:05 AM  

  • fascinating!!!!!!!!

    By Blogger Cez, at 9:04 AM  

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