06.11.08 by Jeff

Keith Peters / Art from Code

Keith Peters codes in ActionScript 3.0. and generates some pretty stunning imagery.

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keith peters art from code actionscript boooom

keith peters art from code actionscript boooom

keith peters art from code actionscript boooom

keith peters art from code actionscript boooom

keith peters art from code actionscript boooom

keith peters art from code actionscript boooom

keith peters art from code actionscript boooom

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • this is some crazy stuff haha

  • yea, im not gonna pretend i understand what i’m looking at.

  • love these, esp the b+w

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  • love the black & white ones! i wish smoke behaved like that in real life.

    this is a really cool website. you’re a superstar, booooooom.

  • yea the b+w ones are my favourites as well – it would be cool to see a 3d animation in this style where someone was smoking and the smoke looked/behaved like this

    cheers robin

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  • Arlene R

    I think the art from your code is beautiful. I am curious how big can you make the code/art. I have seen some beautiful pieces but I am totally out on how this is done. Can you make a code to output at a large scale…say 4′ x4′?

    Nice!
    Arlene

  • Alison

    This is soooo cool! Im seriously in love with the last art piece!





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