August 19, 2013

Black Ink, a new generative-art tool

The new drawing app Black Ink features a node-based visual editor for creating brushes, letting you “Tweak, combine, create new tools and discover the power of generative art!”

“Custom brushes can then be shared with the community,” the creators write, “giving everyone a wide choice of tools.” The Windows-only (yeah, I know) app can be downloaded in tryout mode or purchased for €35.

Generative-art tools are as old as the hills (e.g. on my hard drive I just stumbled across a screenshot of Nowhouse Propeller—from 12 years ago), and they always seem to hang out on the periphery. Hmm—is now the time for one to become more popular?

[Via Jerry Harris]

Posted by John Nack at 3:15 PM on August 19, 2013

Comments

  • Richard Broom — 5:04 AM on August 20, 2013

    Do people still use Windows machines?

    Richard

  • John — 7:58 AM on August 20, 2013

    If by still use you mean “still make up 90% of computer users” then yes.

  • Richard Broom — 12:58 PM on August 20, 2013

    They must be marching to the beat of a different drum!

    R

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