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Marianne Charbonneau (F, 34)
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    Context Free (software)
    Generative art made by Leonel Cunha with Context Free :
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    Context Free is a program that generates images from written instructions called a grammar. The program follows the instructions in a few seconds to create images that can contain millions of shapes.

    Chris Coyne created a small language for design grammars called CFDG. These grammars are sets of non-deterministic rules to produce images. The images are surprisingly beautiful, often from very simple grammars. Context Free is a full graphical environment for editing, rendering, and exploring CFDG design grammars.

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    ahmattox     Wed, Feb 4, 2009  Permanent link


    Context Free Art is a great tool and for me was an enticing introduction into scripted art. It's very easy to learn and use and very simple script scan create fantastic images. Dabbling in Context Free, and a few other programs, eventually got me into processing and other more advanced coding.
    abhominal     Thu, Feb 5, 2009  Permanent link


    This was my attempt after just a few hours of playing with the code. No way as beautiful as AHMATTOX's one admittedly, but I was proud of myself as I have never done coding before.
    I will certainly continue though and hopefully learn some more advanced coding along the way.
    Scrobz     Thu, Feb 5, 2009  Permanent link
    Respect I really like the brain like shape ahmattox!
    ahmattox     Thu, Feb 5, 2009  Permanent link
    wow, I think that's quite beautiful, especially considering the time. Keep at it. and thank you Scrobz.
     
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