The reasoning behind this blog ranges from laziness of creating something from scratch, to a need to show a bit of creativity.
My solution: Flash
I don’t get to do anywhere near as much Flash at work as I would like, but when I have some free time of an evening I use Flash as my creative release. Whether it’s a small little graphic experiment or a full-fledged game, I thoroughly enjoy writing code that creates something interesting on screen.
The title of this blog, Dynamically Static, refers to my love of computer generated art that is created using a series of functions and random variables. I like to dabble into the field with experiments that I’ll post here later, but I remain in awe of the amazing coding and conceptual minds of pros, including Joshua Davis and Keith Peters. I’d rate my coding skills as fairly strong but, as with many things, it’s what you do with the knowledge that makes the difference, so I’ll keep on pursuing the goal of creating something that a wide range of people consider interesting, or at least thought provoking.
I’ve got plenty of work, old and new, to post up here soon. I’ll try and filter the boring from the interesting, however, the main idea is just to get my work out there.