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Ayal Pinkus

Hi there!
Since I am now focusing on making black-and-white ink drawings, I thought I'd brush the dust off some tools I had programmed long ago, programs that generate black-and-white textures.

The trick is to not make these patterns look too sterile. I used bitmap inputs to add design, and something that is known as Perlin noise to add randomization.

See below some samples. They each give a different feel. I think I might give it a go and try to use these in upcoming illustrations.

computer-generated texture.

computer-generated texture.

computer-generated texture.

computer-generated texture.

computer-generated texture.

computer-generated texture.

computer-generated texture.

computer-generated texture.

computer-generated texture.

computer-generated texture.

computer-generated texture.

computer-generated texture.

And of course the obligatory cross-hatch.

computer-generated texture.

computer-generated texture.

Yours truly,
Ayal Pinkus