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Group DescriptionImages from the Procedural Content Generation Wiki.
Every image in this set meets the following conditions:
The image is completely or mostly generated by procedural methods (that is, by an algorithm or program). Our definition is What is PCG?
Directions for generating the image are given. Check the caption of or comments on the image.
The goal is to have a diverse set of images with instructions for each, giving a kind of informal cookbook for making procedural content. The idea comes from the forums on the wiki.
If you have an image that you think would meet these requirements, join this group and add your images to the pool.
Group RulesWe aim to make a diverse set of images with algorithms for each. The product will be a kind of informal cookbook for making procedural content. The idea comes from the forums on the wiki. To make this happen, every image in the pool should meet two conditions:
* The image is completely or mostly generated by procedural methods. Now would be a good time to check out what this means, and even if you are familiar with procedural techniques, you can see the definition we use on the site: What is PCG?
* Instructions for generating the image are given. We aren't looking for exact parameters, just a general description. Preferably there should be instructions or a link to instructions on the caption of the image, but just in the comments is O.K. You can assume that an interested reader can find terms and explanation on the wiki, but if there isn't a good explanation please come to the wiki and make a new page or clarify what is there.
Any image in the gallery may be used in the wiki as examples of what is possible.
Anyway, welcome to the PCG gallery. If you are interested in contributing to the PCG wiki in other ways we welcome newcomers.
- This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe