“A digital image is nothing more than data — numbers indicating variations of red, green, and blue at a particular location on a grid of pixels. Most of the time, we view these pixels as miniature rectangles sandwiched together on a computer screen. With a little creative thinking and some lower level manipulation of pixels with code, however, we can display that information in a myriad of ways..”- (Processing, 2008)
In this workshop, we worked on using the pixels in regards to a image and explored how to manipulate them in basic but effective ways.
The first thing to do is create a folder for the sketch and within that a ‘data’ folder for the source images and save whatever image I wished (I am going to use two similar images in size, two “The Dark Knight Rises” posters).
This code uses the ‘PImage’ similar to a void function, but to create images, the code gives the image to have a brush style effect.
We also learnt how to put an effect over an image too, the code used makes it look almost unstable, this is done by using an integer to create multiple small squares that are given a random variable to move around in a small area.