“Beautiful Composition” Homework

I uploaded what I’ve been working on the past week or so. I’ve been playing around a lot with Processing, trying to get a better understanding of how it works. I still can’t do any of the complex stuff, I don’t seem to understand how to change the color of a shape when the mouse is pressed. I suppose more practice with that will help. You need to know at least some math to be able to figure out where you’ve placed your shapes so as to not have them not appear at all on your screen. I loved looking up the many different combinations that make different colors.

Beautiful_Composition

http://www.openprocessing.org/sketch/110197

size(900,900);
background(114,110,109);

fill(78,78,78);
stroke(255,42,0);
strokeWeight(2);
rect(100,100,700,700);

fill(168,168,168);
stroke(0,128,255);
strokeWeight(10);
rect(200,200,500,500);

fill(255);
stroke(255,85,0);
strokeWeight(4);
rect(300,300,300,300);

fill(0);
stroke(255,128,0);
strokeWeight(5);
rect(400,400,100,100);

fill(212,0,255);
stroke(43,255,0);
strokeWeight(10);
ellipse(700,300,100,100);

fill(255,42,0);
stroke(255,212,0);
strokeWeight(3);
ellipse(450,450,50,50);

fill(255,85,0);
stroke(255,42,0);
strokeWeight(2);
ellipse(300,300,50,50);

fill(255,128,0);
stroke(255,85,0);
strokeWeight(4);
ellipse(150,150,25,25);

fill(0,128,255);
stroke(255,128,0);
strokeWeight(5);
ellipse(800,600,25,25);

fill(255,212,0);
stroke(0,128,255);
strokeWeight(7);
ellipse(400,700,25,25);

This entry was posted in Uncategorized on by .

About Lisa Quinley

Adopted from China. Mother Japanese and father a US citizen. Dual-citizenship - USA and Ireland. Lived overseas most of my life - Nepal, Cambodia, Nigeria, to name a few. Dual-degree program (BA/BFA) Global Studies at Eugene Lang and Communication Design at Parsons.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.