Dimitris Ladopoulos (beforehand) creates random geometric patterns primarily based on four-sided-forms by implementing an algorithm within the 3D animation program Houdini. The ensuing designs appear to be intricate circuitboards or miniature architectural fashions, and embrace networks of gilded components that glisten regardless of their digital composition. To create the works, the algorithm splits a rectangle vertically after which horizontally. “The variety of splits is randomly chosen from a given max,” he explains. “The result is fed to the loop, time and again, relying on the variety of consumer outlined iterations. A seed worth and slight alterations of the algorithm produce quite a lot of outcomes.”
The Athens-based movement graphics and visible designer has used an identical algorithm to divide artworks by coloration, developing what look like three-dimensional coloration palettes from previous work. You may see extra of the designer’s work on his web site and Behance.