This knew engraving technique (I call dynamic engraving) came about from creating my voronoi stipple renders. I did apply a more regular engraving technique for the background but it too is a bit different from the one used my G’MIC (though I ran the result through G’MIC’s Engrave for a better looking result).
Just realized that I forgot to include the reference image.
You should laser cut the negative into a block and do some block prints!
Would make a good woodcut print, paperdigits. Not sure why the hirez link from flickr doesn’t show up here, but maybe if you click here, you can see if (for what it’s worth).
No reason to start yet another thread. Used a similar engraving technique to create the mask used for one of my Resynthesizer targets.
Anyway, I call this one, “A View Above the Swami’s Plantation” lol
@lylejk Impressive patterns! The second one looks like embroidery. The source image is certainly eye catching and great for this showcase . I wonder how it these effects would fare on other types of images.
Does sort of look like embroidering at this simulated depth. Suppose to be a corn field though. lolol
Broken link to image in topic post.
Flickr link is still valid, afre; maybe your ISP or your security settings is blocking the image.
Hm… It shows up in mobile Firefox but not my desktop version so no net neutrality shenanigans.