experimenting with multiple colors + textured fills (the red fox skull 3d scan is from scan the world: https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-red-fox-skull-50865)
move over 'synthwave' there's a new genre in town and it's called 'wizard disco' (ex: https://soundcloud.com/mildperil/paladin-arp-of-pan-final-version-2019)
(and yes I'm aware there's an actual script variant Hershey font)
I love the Hershey fonts (http://paulbourke.net/dataformats/hershey/), so I thought: could I make a cursive version by just... not picking up the pen, and then blurring/smoothing the strokes
the result is a pseudo-font I'm calling 'machine cursive'.
I find these different kinds of "debug display" aesthetics fascinating
you can tell when a visualization has been created in opencv because it uses the Hershey simplex fonts (http://paulbourke.net/dataformats/hershey/)
for example, this video of tesla's autopilot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FITJg4KlMc&feature=emb_title
is a prime example of an opencv display, complete with Hershey fonts and rounded thick lines (because by default opencv draws thick lines with round endcaps and joins)
"central planning is impossible because you'd have to solve a linear program with 12 million variables" sure is starting to feel a bit silly now that desktop GPUs are effectively supercomputers
(not that I'm in favor of central planning, but this line of argument is not nearly the slam dunk some people still think it is)
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* I like your art
* you said something funny
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