Coloring abstract waves by curvature/heigh/etc?

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  06 June 2018
Coloring abstract waves by curvature/heigh/etc?



Hi,so I was workig on this and I wanted to colour it by curvature, height or wathever you can think of.
I also think it could be interesting painting a gradient from one sharp corner to the next one.
I did this in Blender/cycles but can use 3DS Max/Arnold (Which is what I actually use at uni).

Do you have any idea on how to do it? Also, can you think of any references of this kind of abstract look?
Something I can think about that Ive recently seen is this, althought not wavy is very minimalistic and has lots of gradients.
https://www.behance.net/gallery/642...re-Proof-Titles
 
  06 June 2018
Surely looks interesting, I would imagine that a lot of colorized movies used some
similar technique. But as far as I understand, a lot of manual labor
was still needed. There are some experimental neural net methods now
- https://demos.algorithmia.com/colorize-photos/
It would be interesting to try something like Algorithmia on a simple coloring
page -
http://colorkid.net/coloring-pages-...es-modern-world and compare results with original photo and manually colored
image.
Oh, and image complexity would make a huge difference, I imagine. Very regular
patterns should be probably fine.
 
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