Since the last glitch thread disappeared, im making a new one, oc preferred.
>just made this
ik it's not glitch i just made this for fun. it took me 40 min.
it's called sub-polygon displacement. then in ps i just play with the channel mixer, curves, levels etc.
i could post the files if you use c4d..
First glitch i've made, started out today.
Really happy with how my code turned out, even though it's a simple voronoi pixel sorter.
and my third, this time using a photograph i've taken myself.
yeah, just discovered pixel sorting in combination with databending as a really good method to poop out some really nice, glitchy results.
Especially after revisiting it in ps.
I tried many different algorhythms, i'll attach one of my favourite outcomes
Thanks! well, if you wanna achieve a similar look, start by using "processing", a small application that runs .pde scripts. there should be a few free ones scattered throughout the interwebs.
Then (if youj jhave basic coding knowledge) you can start picking apart the already written codes, and creating your own script.
Remember, using processing is only one of many ways to glitch images.
Pretty basic. Try using some true glitch with corruption or datamoshing.
The artefacts at the bottom don't really look like they fit in. How much of this was actual glitch?
Seeing as there's so many first timers here, I can explain some methods in detail if anyone wants?
Also some nice video:
No, unless you specifically write some plugin for it.
You can write a pixel sort in any programming language you want. Processing just happened to be the tool of choice for the artist who made it popular.
Here's 3 scripts I found for pixel sorting in Python:
You might find these easier to tweak than Processing scripts. Just get in there and play around with different settings, you don't even need much experience with coding. Breaking things is what we do.
As for that particular image, I couldn't really tell you the specific sort settings. It looks like more than just a pixelsort though, maybe:
base image -> pixelsort -> radial blur -> grain overlay -> sparse grime/dust overlay
Experimenting with gif pixel sorts.
Who gives a shit what source material is used? Even if you don't like it, at least he's contributing to the thread.
This looks amazing OP, care to give any tips on how you made this, I am wanting to make an album cover with a similar effect. The genre would be house and shit, stuff that can be made with software, so I want the art work to be related to technology
>inb4 anons mixtape
just tried this using the pixelsorter bot. turns out bretty gud. really makes me wanted to learn more about glitching
anyone have any decent tutorial on one? pixel sorting, audacity datashifting, etc? thanks!
Hello 1998, an extra MB to download is nothing now. I prefer my sorted pixels actually sorted.
Sound engineer here. I could laugh at and criticise the fuck out of your music collection, but I don't because this the internet, and in particular it's 4chan - nobody is paying anyone to do a job, or for a service. We are all here because we choose to come here and accept it in all its glory, heinousness and hopelessness. So somebody manage to convey their point but used the wrong format... get the fuck over it.
Hey OP can you show a before and after? Like the original image next to the new one, I wanna see how this can happen, I really like the style of this but I want to know what kind of images are suitable for something like this
I keep the filenames of the source images I use. Makes it easy to give credit and help people find it if they want to.
All my posts in this thread so far are OC.
havent posted because i havent made much in a while
I just got here and am falling down the rabbit hole. Did my art thesis at the end of my undergrad about pushing the capabilities of an iPhone's camera with the nofinder and original Decim8 app without knowing how they worked. This interests me.
>I could laugh at and criticise the fuck out of your music collection
And I can laugh at your spelling.
Would you mind telling us exactly what your great sound engineer ear things good music is?
2nd time trying to do glitch in ps. still not finished but having lots of fun.
Very new to glitch art, pointers and criticism would be helpful
I know this is not /gd/ but in some (i believe glitch) thread a glitch related game on steam greenlight was posted. It was all black and grey and looked like some databent video.
Does anyone remember the game's name?
just made this, first properly glitchy thing I've made I guess. I really enjoy turning people's faces into ungodly messes though.
You guys got any good links to any tutorials? Espesh for the processing stuff? The only thing ive ever figured out is TIFF notepad edits.
Fun stuff! I cant figure out how to actually control the distortion tho
Hey do you know what I've done wrong? I'm a bit of a scrub but I've downloaded pixelsort.py through git and have run it with both python 2.7 and 3.4 but all i get are errors. Any help by anyone would be appreciated
i would assume its because theres no module named PIL.
give this a read http://www.pythonware.com/products/pil/
you guys have to understand that play with filter on photoshop or on gimp isn't "glitch".
glitch means databending, fuck the picture, destroy the picture litterally, with scrips, manually, etc. Not just open it in a software...
i made that usig the hxd Hex-Editor, then i mashed up the hex code in there. After that i saved the image and repeated the process. and finally i put all image files together in PS and made a gif out of them
but I reckon the original was spookier
Ekman - Kalla Rytmer Att Dansa Till I Ensamhet [Belaten]
have a whole 4 minutes of it
i used avidemux to convert the majority of iframes to pframes, then removed the iframes when the scene changes dramatically. the motion paths of the scene are applied to the image left by the one before it.
you need avidemux 2.5.0 (or earlier i think) to do this, but other software can do it too.
i would argue that glitch art is an attempt to emulate the glitch aesthetic through whatever means possible. the validity of a glitch should be important when determining if the subject is art or not, but the reality is that most glitches either are not that pretty, or not that interesting.
>destroy the picture litterally,
>with scrips, manually
>Not just open it in a software...
Sounds like a 13y/o not knowing wtf is going on but being able to copy / paste together some piece of code for some scripting language.
Wrote a little program that glitches images to hell by "destroying" them, so much for the not just open in a software part
not as glitchy as some of the stuff in here but i made this by seperating the RGB channels in photoshop using layer styles
Looks like a wet dream.
Photoshop was doing this every time I drew something.
I'm pretty new to making this sort of stuff, and the problem I'm finding is that all the results are rather predictable. All the audacity effects are pretty consistent and get boring after a while, and I can only use the search/replace function in hex editors to get something that doesn't completely break the image or do nothing at all. I don't know what else there is to use or to do.
I like the results of this thread so far, here's a gif of all the different variations on the flowerskull i came up with.
Got something that might interest ya.
I got this from nearly ten years ago. Not intentional glitch, just someone's screenshot of the ferret loli from Popotan getting corrupted.
I exported it. I have no idea what caused it and why it happened, but it was still pretty interesting.
The background is mostly just layers from a project I was working on.
Er, misunderstood the question. Whenever I drew something with the paint brush, those weird things would appear behind it. It wasn't just when I exported, it was on the artboard as well. I thought it wouldn't show up when I exported it but it still did.
does pixelsorting really count as glitching?
I mean it works just like any photoshop filter. You aren't directly fucking with the source code, you're letting an automated program designed specifically for that purpose do it for you.
Do scan glitches belong here ? Or should I make a thread for it ?
I make a lot of glitch art on a facebook page
i was just thinking about how perfect that image looked for an album cover.
reminded me of the albums from SKisM
im guessing that he wants to find the person who made it so he can be given permission to use it without any copyright bs. of course thats not really possible because op left no email, and by default any content here is held under the copyright license of the original author.
were the creator of the original, unedited picture to have released their picture under a license that does not allow for free use, they could pull some dmca bullshit on >>232773
vintage photographs look creepy as hell when you pixel sort them
Something I made for my friend
Hey m8, i altered the fucking script, reworked the algorythm and even made the base image on my own.
Sure, some people just run the script, but don't generalize.
I feel offended
Funny you took that picture, i used it for reference while drawing some glitch art two years back.
I have a request. I want to recreate this piece made by an anon a long time ago and there is simply no way to ever contact that person ever again.
I'll post that image he made and then the two pieces you would need to make it.
Note that I say recreate I don't mean copy the original image glitch for glitch, just that I would like something as spooky if not even scarier.
1. Liquefy and match the bulge in the bg centre.
2. Paste the girl in a new layer.
3. Select background and green channel, scale right with origin at left edge, maybe free-transform or some shit. Experiment with displacement and pixelated gradients to get that "broken edge" appearance to things, or manually select rects and scale them. The girl seems to be on a separate layer with less distortion applied, if any. Offset her green channel horizontally to get the aberration.
4. Select all channels. distort -> shear
5. Add noise, blend on gray to white in layer options.
does anyone have any resources on working with VCRs? i picked up a relatively decent condition aiwa mx100 for super cheap and id like to know what exactly i can do with it.