George Toledo gave me a very nice writeup on his blog a while back, which was really nice.
Archive for November, 2010
..featuring some brand new and some very old toneburst qxFX in action.
This is what I’ve been working with weirdcore on for the past week or so.
It’s been so long, I barely remember how this thing works…
Some screenshots from a little project I’ve been working on for Weirdcore. It’s essentially a simplified version of vade’s Rutt-Etra effect (keep coming back to that one, don’t I), but in some ways truer to the original hardware device, in that the displacement of the lines takes place on the Y-axis only, so it’s essentially a 2D effect, rather than an extrusion of an image plane into 3D space. The other difference is that the lines can vary in width, so with the right input material, you can get these really graceful curves and almost calligraphic lines. It’s a kind of hybrid visually of the early work of Bridget Riley and Victor Vasarely– hence the title.