The innovative Palm NFT Studio is launching the Palm Generative Art Maker. This tool empowers creators to quickly develop generative art collections on the blockchain.
This state-of-the-art tool offers a comprehensive infrastructure for artists to create their code, store it on-chain, and generate a series of unique artworks.
Benefits of the Palm Generative Art Maker
Historically, creators needing more coding knowledge found this process difficult. Still, the Palm Generative Art Maker streamlines bulk rendering, trait and rarity systems, and asset generation.
It also enables the development of motion and static 3D assets and the creation of text and metadata.
The primary benefit of the Palm Generative Art Maker is its ability to make generative art more accessible to a broader range of creators. Now, individual creators and small teams can produce collections that would have been too challenging for those without programming or 3D generalist experience.
The tool helps creators minimize turnaround times and costs by providing faster rendering times, particularly for animated assets.
Designed with collaboration at its core, the Palm Generative Art Maker incorporates version control software tailored for game art development. It supports teams, guards against file overwriting, and decreases storage expenses.
Palm NFT Studio
Since its establishment two years ago, Palm NFT Studio has been a staunch supporter of digital art, bolstered by $27 million in funding.
Palm NFT Studio has cultivated some of the largest and most engaged communities in the web3 realm through its eco-friendly Palm network. The studio’s projects encompass art, entertainment, music, and more, envisioning a world where creative futures are collectively shaped and shared.
One notable collection is The Bat Cowl Collection, a generative 3D and AR art collection with billions of potential permutations and collector features. The collection features the debut NFT Snap Lens, exclusive fan events and content, as well as the chance to participate in the creation of the first-ever DC NFT comic book, Batman: The Legacy Cowl.
Additionally, the groundbreaking Damien Hirst’s ‘The Currency’ was unveiled on the Palm blockchain. Renowned for pushing the boundaries in the art world, Damien Hirst presented 10,000 collectors with the option to choose between a physical painting or an NFT, knowing that selecting one would destroy the other. This unique exhibition received worldwide attention and saw 4,851 paintings destroyed as their owners opted to keep the NFT.