"Scriptable" Graphics Article?
One of the magazines (linux Pro, Linux Journal, etc) recently had an
article about a package that made images based on a script/program. I
cannot for the life of me remember the name of the package and I've
thrown out that issue of whichever magazine it was. Can anybody
remember the name?
The example image in the article was made by repetitive drawing of
circles in black, then white with random forks and radius changes.
Looked like a zebra stripped fern+octopus. Various iterations of the
code created a result with more branches and/or more curves to the
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