Well I've started to program again and as my first project I wrote a converter for Apple IIE double hires graphics.  All the images here I created in ZBasic back in the early nineties on Betsy's apple II computer.  The pictures are in pairs of B&W and color due to the way the apple created the double hires mode.  the first set used meshes of triangles to simulate a 3d landscape.  I had copied the rendering routine years early from an article in  "creative computing" magazine on 3d projection.  this is how I spent my high school years.  the other images are from a failed attempt to write software to draw on its own using a genetic programming algorithm.  I would tell the program whether is succeeded or failed and it would learn on its own.  But it was too stupid.