Digital Interpretations of Classical Paintings Using Algorithms (8 pics)




Art goes beyond paint and canvas in the work of Dimitris Ladopoulos , a motion graphics and visual designer based in Athens. Using Houdini, a 3D animation program, he breaks down the different shades of colour in various artworks using algorithms, giving us a digital version of how these classical paintings would look today. Below are examples of his digital experiments on Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn’s Portrait of Johannes Wtenbogaert, and a painting of Rembrandt Peale. Follow him on Instagram .

Digital Interpretations of Classical Paintings Using Algorithms

Digital Interpretations of Classical Paintings Using Algorithms

Digital Interpretations of Classical Paintings Using Algorithms

Digital Interpretations of Classical Paintings Using Algorithms

Digital Interpretations of Classical Paintings Using Algorithms

Digital Interpretations of Classical Paintings Using Algorithms

Digital Interpretations of Classical Paintings Using Algorithms

Digital Interpretations of Classical Paintings Using Algorithms




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