Flame Painter | free online paint programFlame Painter is a unique paint program, it belongs to my 'I am an Artist' experimental project. I think with tools which inspires you, everyone can be an artist. You can try it here, change different brush settings and paint your own flame paintings. When you change the background from black to white, the palette changes from additive to subtractive and the feeling of the painting is very different. It's not easy to explain all brush parameters, so I leave this for your experimentation. Check out new Rebelle - the real watercolor and acrylic paint program, Amberlight - abstract art tool based on particles, or Fluidance motion effect program. You can try more experiments here. NEW: This is a new Flash version of Flame Painter Free, we removed the old Java version, because it is not anymore supported correctly by most of the browsers. Tools: FADE - fade in/out [ on | off ] GRADIENT - color gradient [ on | off ] COLOR - brush color SATURATION - brush saturation OPACITY - brush opacity
bomomoAleph Null: Color Music -- Jim AndrewsJim Andrews: concept, programming, design Jan Odvárko: color-picker Thanks to Regina Célia Pinto, David Jhave Johnston, Ted Warnell, Maarten van Emden, Christine Wilks of JSArt, and the British and Irish Poets List--especially David Bircumshaw--for feedback during dev. Aleph Null is my first piece with the new HTML 5 canvas tag which requires no plugins and works in all modern browsers, including mobile phones. It's exciting to have such a canvas to work/play with in a public technology that is not at the mercy of a corporation's business plan or its continued existence. Such must be the future for net art; it isn't feasible to rely on corporations to support tools indefinitely, whereas technologies developed in the public sphere stand more of a chance of at least achieving their logical growth and form from their potential. Aleph Null is color music. Here is a slidvid of Aleph Null stills. In particular, Ben F. ERASE: The 'e' key erases the canvas and changes the path the shape follows.