These two real-world examples of CNC Art made using StippleGen 2 come from Bruce Shapiro, who created them at The Mill. Above, a stippled portrait of Einstein is laser cut into cardboard, using light stipples on a dark background. Below, a paper mask was applied to a piece of wood, v-carved with a CNC router, spray painted, and then the mask was removed. This time, a light background with dark stipples was used.
The same source image was used for both, although the image is mirrored for the wooden portrait.
It’s great to see some examples of what StippleGen can do out there in the real world. If you have any examples of your own to share, we’d love to see them in the Evil Mad Science Auxiliary pool on flickr.
Photos by Bruce Shapiro used with permission.
2 thoughts on “CNC Art from StippleGen 2”
Thanks again for StippleGen! I contributed a few photos of an Ernie Kovacs drawing that I had my polargraph make when StippleGen 1 was released. I’m looking forward to playing with v2.
You guys may be interested in CNC-related artwork project I’ve been working on, that’s got a lot in common with this: http://www.instructables.com/id/Scratch-2/
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