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Ask HN: Any Artists on HN?
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 14 Oct 2021
How to get started with this? I'm not looking into diving into GAN kind of stuff. But need to make beautiful repeated art on canvas for a project. Want to make something like this  from scratch.
What are some alternatives?
Rails Erd - Generate Entity-Relationship Diagrams for Rails applications
RailRoady - Ruby on Rails 3/4/5 model and controller UML class diagram generator. (`brew/port/apt-get install graphviz` before use!)
Gruff Graphs - Gruff graphing library for Ruby
apexcharts.rb - :bar_chart: Awesome charts for your ruby app powered by ApexCharts.JS.
GnuplotRB - Google Summer of Code 2015 project
LazyHighCharts - Make highcharts a la ruby , works in rails 5.X / 4.X / 3.X, and other ruby web frameworks
TrianglePattern - Dynamically generate beautiful triangle background patterns using delaunay triangulation