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9: Interference Patterns

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4 Responses to “9: Interference Patterns”
  • richard willis Says:

    i like this one. but then i’m into straight lines. i often feel like i shouldn’t be into straight lines cos they’re mathematically easier to work with that crazy curves and you can never quite clear the suspicion that other people suspect one deals in straight lines because one is not smart enough to deal with the more complex maths of curves… but quite honest i just prefer them, and that’s kinda what my .net site is all about.

    here tho, too much colour is my concern. looks like you’re potentially working with a full palette, which i never think is good. you need to restrict, restrict, restrict.

  • zenbullets Says:

    Almost didn’t publish this one, as I think it shows how thin the line is between interesting and utter shite. But most days it falls on the side of interesting.

    You’re right, it’s the full palette. Sorry Rich, lazy of me. A more limited palette would probably up the interesting-ness quite a few notches.

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