Digital Interpretations of Classical Paintings Using Algorithms #ArtTuesday
This artist recreates classical paintings with a digitizing algorithm. The results are awesome! Via fubiz:
Art goes beyond painting and canvas in the work of Dimitris Ladopoulos, graphic designer and visual designer based in Athens. Using a Houdini 3D animation program, he breaks down the different shades of color in various works using algorithms, creating a digital version of the classic paintings. Below are the results of his digital experiments on Johannes Wtenbogaert’s Portrait of Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn, and also a painting by Rembrandt Peale. Follow him on Instagram.
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