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
no, in the past weeks I was quite busy means I didn't have any time for research in this direction.
The only thing I did is, I replaced the Defunkt music-video. This I uploaded (as a divx-file) directly on to the ning server, they now excepting divx too. It doesn't look as good as it was when it came from the stage6 server, but it is OK.
"Looks like you found some of the new SA V5.5 visual attribute modulation options in the Vectoizer.
I was running randomized variations of Vectorizer parameters last night in gallery show, and it needs to have some generative preference options…"
"This is a really good example of how perceptual modulation of diverse sets of different paint synthesizer parameters can really tune what is happening in the canvas. This applies to realistic painting goals, or to abstract painting…"