cryptoArt

My experiments about crypto art and NFT

FastKat neutrinos

hic et nunc started accepting SVG files, so I converted a simplified version I made years ago to use SVG instead of thae usual canvas.

It took about an hour and the transition was smooth.

When working on the coloring to give depth to the particles applying a fog effect, I noticed that with SVG it is not possible to set the drawing order of elements (withour moving them around the DOM, that sound not too performing)

So I opted to have the color non dependant on the depth, but just on speed and time.

Features
• made in plain javascript, running inside a SVG file
• offered as NFT


Cryptoplasma

Ever changing colors and shapes looks like a good fit for interactive NFTs, but the classic "lava lamp" is tipically done with canvas where any pixel can be modified as needed.

But SVG has the awsome filters that can mofify the underling image with photoshop-like results.

So I took the FaskKat neutrinos as staritng poing, gave new color and a movemnt rules to the particles, and finally applied the SVG filters to have the final result!

Features
• made in plain javascript, running inside a SVG file
• offered as NFT