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Smiling At The Sun

"There was a time I felt that way."
Prompt:
$ 65.00 USD
This plot is part of my AI-Poetry series. Check below for an easier-to-read transcription of the text!
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Plots remain
Shirts in this size and style remain.
Pen travel distance:
391.3058 feet
Noodler's Heart of Darkness, Apache Sunset, and my own blend of American Eel and Blue Ghost inks on white bristol paper.
  • Dimensions
    14
    in x
    11
    in
Please input your seed number during order checkout!
Please input your seed number during order checkout!
*This plot was made with archival inks and paper. However, it is best to keep them out of direct sunlight, or behind UV-filtering glass.
*Due to the physical nature of how these plots are created, small variations may occur. This means every plot is completely original, and may not match the picture exactly.
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Your very own art!

"There was a time I felt that way."
Prompt:
$50.00 USD Deposit
This plot is part of my AI-Poetry series. Check below for an easier-to-read transcription of the text!
After checkout, please send an email to Wendt.Commissions@gmail.com with your order confirmation number and the image or images you would like me to work on. From there we will come up with the perfect plot for you!
With access to a very specialized, oversized pen plotting robot, I can now make custom art for you all the way up to A1 in size! That's like POSTER big! Prices start at $190 for an 8.5" x 11" portrait, and go up according to the complexity, number of colours, time to design, and time to plot I will need to invest to make the perfect piece for you.
10
Plots remain
Noodler's Heart of Darkness, Apache Sunset, and my own blend of American Eel and Blue Ghost inks on white bristol paper.

About the plot:

About the plot:

About the plot:

3/27/22. AI Poetry! This was the first output/experiment from a new project I started working on last week. I've written a program that takes a text prompt, feeds to it to the AI, and then the AI tries to complete the text from that. Then the program takes the resulting string and makes a composition from it. So far it's come up with a huge variety of responses, ranging from the profound and prophetic, to pseudo-code that actually caused it to crash itself; I was actually very impressed! Feel free to @ me over the Clarissa episode, she's 💯 inspiring. 😜 I know it's not easy to read the text from the picture, so in lieu of quotes on plots from this series, I'll be posting the text. Hope you guys enjoy! I have a whole bunch in the works. :)

Edition : #1
Seed: #20808
Pens used: 0.5mm, 0.3mm, and 0.2mm rOtring isographs
Inks used: Noodler's Apache Sunset, Akhmatova Green, and Heart of Darkness
Total movement distance: 2059.7113 ft
Time to plot: 7hr, 15min
Number of blades: 209
Number of segments per blade: 344
Sun Size: 8.2804 inches
Start Shape Size: 0.2298 inches
Longest blade: 7.7403 inches
Biggest Sway: 2.8533 inches
Blade Mode: cubic_out, (29.12% likely)
Sway Mode: linear, (50.0% likely)
Wind Roll: 33.3415, (95.0% likely)
Blade Construction: (96.0% likely)
Portrait Roll: 85.9008, (99.0% likely)
The Statistical Unlikelihood of this plot: 13.14593280%

"There was a time I felt that way. But as I grew older and learned more, I began to see that it wasn’t true. I realized that the world was a beautiful place, and that the things that make up our reality are not as important as the things that make up the universe.

Today, the universe is a beautiful place.

We were driving down a dirt road, and there was a little girl sitting on the side of the road. She was wearing a pink dress, and she had a beautiful smile. She was probably just a few weeks old, and as she looked at us, her face lit up with a smile that was pure sunshine.

I looked into her eyes. They were the color of warm sunlight. I looked at her face. She was smiling at me. Then I looked at her face again and realized that she was smiling at the sun.

—"

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