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Love art and Regret This Purchase
Regret This Purchase mint ended.
Regret This Purchase Appendix free mint opening soon. These are the static art files produced in the p5.js process of the RTP collection seen below.
A generative art collection by mindrash began as a follow up to Frolic and Detour. The lineage continues to explore the legal concept as a metaphor in life together with the journey through this technology stack. It incorporates heightened movement as breath and heartbeat that can be experienced with the risk, reward, and failure in this space. Randomness dominates but is framed with constraints. There is an exterior and an interior to each piece with palettes mixing and eroding between.
Squares mint in even block numbers and Rectanges mint in odd
The workflow begins with Processing and p5.js. Canvases are drawn with potentially thousands of iterations selecting from a set of color palettes. Some may narrowly stick to a specific palette while others combine and layer together. From these outputs, Python selects a base layer and then randomly a top layer. Pulsing is added to simulate a heart beat while the cycle of the frames evokes breath. The number of frames for the output is randomly decided and the algorithm begins to erode colors from the top layer. Borders are decided and placed in to encapsulate the output. From these frames bash combines, optimizes, and produces several outputs to give the piece various ways to be viewed or printed. 1000 x 1000 resized versions available on same IPFS CID. Individual frames can be requested for printing if desired.
|Dimensions||Square: 6000px x 6000px or Rectangle: 5400px x 7200px|
|Image Type||Animated GIF|
|shape||square or rectangle|
|border_color||#fffede or #202020|
|has_section_frame||A small section highlighted with borders|
|has_glitch||Glitch in top layer or section|
|frame_count||Number of frames used for the GIF|
|generations||Number of iterations of shape layering for base layer|
|all_palettes||Indicates color mix from all palettes or one for the base layer|