Behind the scenes I've been working for quite some time on a series of related SA projects. The basic idea is to take some well-known traditional photograph or painting, such as Picasso's Demoiselles d'Avignon, and use SA to produce a series of interesting visual variations on it. I think of a set of such variations as being a close visual analog to the very common musical sets of variations on a theme--such as Beethoven's Diabelli variations, or Brahms' Haydn variations. Or in pop music, 'cover' versions or adaptations of standard performances are ubiquitous.
But in the still-image visual arts, adaptations or variations are much less common. Eg in the 12,000 or so photos in the SA collection (https://studioartist.ning.com/photo) I haven't yet found even a single variation on a traditional artwork (or if there are some, they must be very sparse).
Well, this at least I can change, so as a start, I'll upload some Demoiselles variations, in 5 sets of 3 each, to show how this approach might be artistically interesting. All 15 will then be included in a Demoiselles album. With this and succeeding albums, I'll start with a low-res copy of the original image, as a reminder and for comparison purposes. Also, since this is a new venture, any comments would be much appreciated!