Escher Castles 4

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Escher Castles

This animation style was inspired by the first computer graphic I ever saw: 'Waterfall', by M.C. Escher, which I viewed on my mom's old hand-me-down Mac computer, when I was about 8 years old. It was a 1-bit monochrome image, which worked well with Escher's art. I had to scroll down to see the whole image.

This Escher-like isometric animation was created in Deforum (a Stable Diffusion extension for animation), by combining several isometric LoRAs with a custom LoRA I trained myself on a dataset of works by M.C. Escher, who is still one of my favorite artists.

The subject is a whimsical wizard's castle, inspired by The Magic Castle in Hollywood, CA. Within, we encounter magical objects and architectural wonders. Shapes and structures of the castle morph and change like a living creature, defying reality. All the while, the castle rises higher into the sky, an ever-shifting kaleidoscope of fascinating forms.

Animation pans/scrolls up. Grayscale 3D isometric style