These guys use four transformations with simple rotation parameters. All I changed is the scaling factor of the two central transformations and their centers. It shows how the nature and feeling of the image can change dramatically with just a few little parameter changes.

## This is what additivity gets you

These are all variations on some of my earlier vector field renderings. Â These take two different vector fields and show render paths for various sums of the vector fields. Â There isn’t anything really surprising in the images, but they are attractiveÂ nonetheless.

## Technique work

I can’t say I’m a huge fan of these, but I’m playing around with colors and the rendering. Â Right now they just seem pretty Â for pretty’s sake. Â I think I’m waiting around for inspiration on how to put these to good use. Â These are generative and then just selected to save as an image. Â Enjoy!

## Twist again – more geometric generative op art

## Bouncing Circle Grid

## Grids of circles

## Circled out

## Infinite Flow

## Bouncing circles

More of theÂ stereographicÂ circle series. Â In this one, the circles are defined byÂ iterating over a circle in 3 dimensional space. Â That circle is bouncing up and down in the vertical direction.The changing shape and disappearance come from the circle leaving the interior of the sphere and returning bit by bit.

## More animated Circles

This page is just playing around with linear paths through the circle space. Â I’ve tried some more complicated shapes but they quickly get too complicated.