Enter the world of code-generated art and captivating geometric shapes.
I'm someone who enjoys learning new things, and I've spent the last six years in the blockchain space, witnessing both its successes and challenges. Last couple of years I've been more involved in NFT communities, not as a creator but more as an collector of various works.
More recently, I've been learning about generative art and was always wanted but never had the courage to take that one step further. I have started using p5.js to experiment with code and shapes. In the beginning it was just a collection of simple dots making random moves across the canvas, but soon it started to form into something different.
Gradually evolving into circular motion which i found mesmerizing but it is also resource intensive and was kind of heavy on the storage. I went exploring further, resolving issues and developing a new concept.
Final product are Radials. Each image you encounter will be unique creation, crafted by the magic of algorithms and brought to life with a dynamic range of color palettes. As you explore, you'll find that no two pieces are the same, making every artwork a special experience, this i ensured using various traits that you will reveal after the mint.
Code-generated art is a type of digital art created by creative code that generates visuals, animations, sounds or interactions. It is a form of generative art that relies on algorithms to create the artwork, rather than the traditional manual creation methods. With code generated art, the code itself serves as the medium, and the program's output becomes the artwork. Artists write code that defines the rules, parameters, and aesthetics of the artwork and then run the program, resulting in unique and often unpredictable creations. This artistic medium blurs the boundaries between art and technology, allowing for the creation of intricate and visually stunning works that may be difficult or impossible to produce manually.