Landscape Art
generated by a computer

landscape painting
Crater base.
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back to basics testing some refactored landscape logic. P0045 of T0115 ·
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Another line drawing experiment. Nice, but it's time to get back to paintings
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Line drawing experiment
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another early foliage test
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very early foliage test (detail)
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Soft Light
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1970s Pulp Scifi Book Art
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Curious shape.
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Monochrome test.
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I'm quite pleased with the feel of these landscapes. As if I could take a giant ice cream scoop to them and eat too much.
landscape painting
I'm quite pleased with the feel of these landscapes. As if I could take a giant ice cream scoop to them and eat too much.
landscape painting
I'm quite pleased with the feel of these landscapes. As if I could take a giant ice cream scoop to them and eat too much.
landscape painting
I'm quite pleased with the feel of these landscapes. As if I could take a giant ice cream scoop to them and eat too much.
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Another experiment with new landform shapes. Also really happy with the brush strokes. View large.
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Experiment with new landform shapes. P0040 of T0112
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Lichen on Venus 2.
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Testing new brush stroke logic. I think it looks good! View large. P0040 of T0111
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Last valley test for tonight. These bright colors look less like a painting, but catch more eyes. Not sure what I'm after. p0038 of t0111
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Another valley test.

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As a kid I enjoyed watching William Alexander and Bob Ross paint landscapes on the Joy of Painting. These days, I enjoy watching digital artists create environment concept art on YouTube. On Twitter, I follow a few art generating bots. I decided to take a couple of weekends and smash all these things together. I wrote a few scripts that generate landscapes that get posted to twitter. The types of landscapes are limited today, but will grow with time. Please follow @LandscapeArtBot on Twitter.