Thanks for the info Donna. I am reviewing the SA videos to get a better understanding of the video possibilitiess. Do you happen to know if there is good published video making tutorial, in addition to the provided SA tutorials?
hi donna, i left you the following comment
(as a redponse to yours @ migartor-bc-yowas-me32)
somewhere else here a copy/paste of it
actually stairs at york university in toronto
i love the zebra part the scary one worries me a bit!
i just can't help but to be be mesmerized by the fact that we cannot scape to see ourselves in the light that most objectively has travelled from so far a distance to be trap @ this web so to protect and keep us from the rest of the electromagnetic self-love that so rampantly roamed the cyberspace in the coolness of this modern cybertime bizarre and a little freaky -indeed- it seems my work to be
thanks donna 4 your comments!
they are the steps of the stairs (a series or flight of steps) to a better education
in the way back they land nicely at ground level where they meet the rest of us who were taken pictures of buildings and of human-powered self-lifting devices...
so yes! indeed they are
"Thank you for your helpfull answers. Your answers so close what I need - Especially closepack2.
I did some editing on it and get colser dot.
Is it possible touches dots each other and minimum whites between them without overlapping?"
"Like Craig said, there are a lot of different ways you could build something like this. Here's one simple paint synthesizer approach.
So i'm using smooth random path start generator, a path length of 1, vector sphere painting,…"
"I am sure there are quite a few factory presets available with SA that could start you on the way to making images like that.
I am attaching a Paint Synthesizer preset that might be a good starting point for experimenting: cd_dottoss01.zip