If like me you are fed up with the cluttered interface of the main French train ticket website voyages-sncf.com, I advise you to try Capitaine Train, a startup that sells tickets too but re-invented the interface and is doing it right.
However, if you still want to use voyages-sncf.com for whatever reason, you can install this little hack I made by removing everything not necessary to me:
A friend of mine is working on two or three documentaries about marine life. He is a very passionate diver and really loves to share his passion. You can watch his previous videos on his Dailymotion Channel.
His first trip is to the Maldives, where he will be filming Manta Rays. I worked using Blender on a shot that explains the travel and the location.
You can see on the following video, various iterations of this shot:
It’s been a while since I want to dive a little into generative graphics. I never had the chance to use processing for a project for example.
As a conclusion, I played with it some time, but I really think it’s too limited. In the end, all the drawings end by being either growing trees, fractals or tiles.
Here are some results of my exploration (You can re-generate the drawings by clicking the “code” link):