"cursive" from concatenating catmull-rom splines that connect points randomly placed on 3x3 grids, drawing from a fixed "alphabet" of glyphs
a fun thing you can do with catmull-rom splines is overshoot the "tightness" parameter and make progressively more loop-de-loop forms—here each line has a higher tightness parameter than the previous one (starting at -0.5)
@tomasino I do, in fact, want Voynich
@aparrish haha, of course! :D
@aparrish could you do that with a spline fitted to cursive text because
@aparrish I like them - of a kind with the paintings of Brion Gysin.
@hansup yup, his (brilliant) work is constantly on my mind and a constant reference in the class I'm teaching on this stuff. other refs include mirtha dermisache http://jacket2.org/commentary/witness-mirtha-dermisache renee gladman https://www.wavepoetry.com/products/prose-architectures vera molnar https://digitalartmuseum.org/gallery/image/8842.html
@aparrish Thanks for pointing to Mirtha Dermisache and Renee Gladman! Vera Molnar I already knew, but those are new to me.
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