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Pixel sorting was done using Glitch for Android ([link]). I saw it recommended in this subreddit a while back and have just recently gotten round to trying it out. Glitch hasn't got the most precise UI out there, but with a bit of patience and perseverance you can get exactly what you want out of it.
I used this app to pixelsort a picture I took of metal texture inside of an elevator. I then used this app to do a layered/double exposure effect with a picture of clouds that I took. Then Google Photos auto-uploaded it and applied an additional photo framing/bleeding effect, with their "Auto-Awesome" effect. I usually don't care for these "Auto-Awesome" effects, which usually apply too much HDR and blurring, but in this instance, I thought it came out pretty nice.
Might be worth checking out:
for similar styles
You can do that effect very easy with an Android app called Glitch
Then just use the "Wave" effect, I done it with the same image just to show up, here's an example, hope it helps!
Pixel sort. GIFKR2 is the only Windows program I know, that can do this. Then there's Glitch! for Android.
You mean the first one? What I did for all images is cutting out the sky in the original painting. For the 1st one I saved the image as a .bmp then opened it in wordpad and saving again. This glitched result I then added to the cut out part of the original image. Layer 1 was the original landscape without the sky, layer 2 the glitched image.
Same thing for the other images by glitching it in Glitch!, a very good and consistent glitch app. Always works: [link]
I used the "Glitch! Glitch4Android" Mobile application: [link]
Once the original picture was opened in the app, I used the "scanner" tool. It grabs a straight line of pixels either vertically or horizontally and duplicates the line as you drag your finger along the screen, making elongated lines. Then I used the "ghost" tool to separate the RGB layers in a wave like effect.
I saved the image then tweaked it's contrast and vibrancy in "Aviary" [link]
The last step was to crop to the most popular iPhone wallpaper dimensions,( Even though I'm using a Galaxy Note 8.) I allowed an additional bit of real estate along the top and bottom to adjust position for icon legibility.
Both apps are free.
Thanks! I used 2 apps to make this composition: for pixelated effect I used Glitch! and for overlaying lasers and the retro background I used Autodesk Sketchbook .
For the glitchy effects. What I've been using.
And done some overlay and other editing work with PLXR
Other editing like overlay filters or image overlaying with PLXR
Maybe start with this one. Paid upgrades, no ads and an Italian developer, all the other ones are from countries I'd rather avoid. [link]
Glad you like it! It was originally a photo I took from out my window, I used a combo of Glitch! and Photoshop to fuck with it
I've used an android app called Glitch!. I used the Chromatic effect alongside Animation, then Datamosh. It's a quite nice app to make glitch art.
I look for interesting photos and then run them though the android app Glitch!
they have really cool effect. then i just run the photo through Irfanview to increase the size to where it needs to be.
But to answer your question, I have honestly kept this simple and make a lot of creations through MS Paint.
It was originally a photo I took laying on the ground of the sky through tree cover (believe it or not lol) I inverted it and edited it with Glitché, Glitch!, and added the statue in photoshop
Source image: [link]
Glitch image created with Glitch! android app.
Looks great. I used to use the Glitch! For Android app, which has a great deal of control, but I prefer a desktop version for obvious reasons. You should get in contact with the guy, you guys might help each other out in implementing other types of effects. In his app, you can control the degree of the glitch for lots of effects.
I think that'll work. Maybe its your phone?
Hey there! Sorry it took a while to get back to you! I used a combination of Photoshop and an app called Glitch!.
I started with this image of Saturn's moon Dione. :-)
Glitches done with Glitch! app and layered in Pixlr app. Some sharpening/saturation/contrast done in Google Photos after auto-uploading via that app.
This app let's you replicate it pretty well.
Here's my go: [link]
Also, just wanted to say, that I like this monthly/weekly competition idea. I hope it will be an ongoing addition to this sub. It's nice to see what different people come up with using the same image as a starting point. Our very own /r/glitchbattles!
have you seen Glitch!
I used Glitch!
I couldnt find all of them but here's android
The Glitch! app on Android is pretty cool
If anyone is wondering, I've used this app -->> Glitch <<--
Other than that it's just cropped.
I use this app [link]
Thanks! I used "Glitch!" app on my phone and about 10mins of playin :)
Two you can do with linkme: toolwiz
The rest with glitch effect apps, maybe this one
Okay so first I took this picture I made and ran it through this app a few times and changed what I wanted until I got something I was pleased with. Then, I added the text with this app. After that, I uploaded it to photoshop and mask this texture over it, (found it on Mextures, if you want more like it). Finally, I filtered it through Instagram until I was happy with it. When I was making it I had no idea what I wanted initially, every single step I just changed it until I thought it looked cool and kept adding stuff I thought would compliment it.
Okay so first I took this picture and ran it through this app a few times and changed what I wanted until I got something I was pleased with. Then, I added the text with this app. After that, I uploaded it to photoshop and mask this texture over it, (found it on Mextures, if you want more like it). Finally, I filtered it through Instagram until I was happy with it. When I was making it I had no idea what I wanted initially, every single step I just changed it until I thought it looked cool and kept adding stuff I thought would compliment it.
I think you can do that in Glitch.
Well, this Android app makes it stupid easy: [link]
I used a combo of Glitch! Pixlr and Photoshop
I'm using this one [link] if you click on an image there's a "try filter" button.
Sadly most if not all of the input images were lost last week when I tried to install unix on my computer to really go deeep with deepdream, but I managed to mess up the UEFI and bootmanager so had to wipe the HDD and start clean, now I sync everything to cloud and about to set up a new PC for github/linux projects.
For the 2nd comment I made I used this as input
But I used photos of TV screens, graffiti, paint on paper and then messed around with the neat incredible app Glitch!
Android Glitch! app
Android Shift app
original post by /u/DaHitcha
Google Play Glitch! app link
Also used an Android app called Harris Cam for the channel splitting effect.
Photoshop used for hue tweaking, sharpening, and color balancing.
It's the pixel sort effect from this android app: [link]
Probably not what he uses, but there's an app for android called Glitch that lets you do that and other similar effects
I haven't tried it, but a google search of "Glitche Android" brings this: [link]