Monday, August 22, 2005

Panu's Dark Gina

Yesterday I was spending time at the animation forums and there was an artist from Finland named Panu Uomala who was demonstrating his skills, (which were rather impressive) by editing a photograph of another artist. I commented that I wouldn't mind the same, when I woke up today there was this image created by Panu from a photograph of myself. Not only is it beautiful and detailed work (he even painted a hand for me that I didn't have in the original photograph) but he did this in 3 hours! Astounding. You can view more of his work online by clicking here. Thank you Panu! Click the image on the left to enlarge.

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey Gina, that is terrific. What talent that guy has a such a great subject to have, you! Kris

5:09 PM  
Blogger Gina said...

Thanks Kris! Nice to see you here!

griselda72tiana, I took a peek at your blog but comments do not appear to be enabled.

4:56 PM  
Blogger valse said...

hi Gina--barely

9:00 PM  
Blogger Gina said...

Hi click, I am looking forward to learning more about your mathematical theorem.

11:52 PM  
Blogger valse said...

ok---there are solid state and liquid state and gaseous state. Gaseous state is low entropy or highly disordered small atoms bouncing around everywhere temperature pressure volume thermodynamics aerodynamics stastistical mechanics air pollution dispersal. Not too hot though or you get plasma state--fire lightning etc. Liquid state is cooler still must stir. Order here is shorter range than gas. Fluid dynamics level surface interfaces with the atmosphere surface tension. Solid state entropy is higher disorder is frozen. I guess mathematics is amenable here just as physics is amenable with the gaseous. Everytning here is slow and ponderous. So order freezes better than disorder and order is describably with less information than disorder. In fact the frozen disorder of the solid state is hardly describable at all. It is random. And the order of the solid state is as more ordered more easily described with less information.The disorder of a gas somehow frozen solid. Suface tension becomes surface energy. Level surfaces become rough and irregular. Density becomes irregular, Solid material like polymers and crystal of metal we can coax from the liquid state. Here even the order is not extensive. When an electomagnetic wave proagates tiny disorders in a wire cause heat and vibration and the random fluctuations like in a gas. such thermal noise is a property of the conductance of electricity. The fan in your computer the constraints on computing power. If the wire is too long or the message too long or the view out of focus or your want to see the background more clearly . That is what my mathematical theorem is about. I'm glad you asked Gina.

5:48 PM  
Blogger Gina said...

As far as I can deduce (reading through quickly) your statements are accurate, but I am curious as to what applications or systems you suggest your calculations be applied toward? If there are any, do you have design schematics or graphs? That would be interesting.

10:34 PM  
Blogger valse said...

what happens to one pixel--light. twi ouxek twi cikirs. each pixel can display all colors and all pixels can color. I could automate this on my computer--it is in box in closeet. l would make a tape but only 4 colors so few picels. need a string of lights to make a square array of lights. all firinging at some regular fate and all strings delayed to fire subsequent in some order of terrain.so howmany light colors and the lentgt string are fixed Each string after showing its color fires the entire string in the colors position and light to that color there. So you got n trings of n colors. This sort of bucket brigade of color may be stupid--i have a reference somewhere. Maybe using the two ways of conduction turn on in silicon conntrolled rectifiers to cascader the electricity ot light up one whole string simutaneously.

5:44 PM  
Blogger valse said...

This machine will do what????--and--WHY!

5:14 PM  
Blogger valse said...

telepathy

5:26 PM  

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