# TOTORO

so this little tune is a little happycode that I used at 4 o’clock in the morning sewing a skirt that is due at 9am earlier this week at a friends house. Instead of complaining about why we are still awake sewing, I decided to use this tune as a positive response whenever we need a little boost before breaking down and refusing to finish our garment (just because coffee no longer suffice to the overdosed fashion student).

Here is my code though….

# GEOBIRD

So this week I had an idea of making an image of a bird using geometric/triangular style. While planning the numbers, it occurred to me “how about drawing a sequence where the bird is taking flight instead of a portrait?” So here it is 8 hours later…

The image corresponds to type. Its a play that shows that know you got the right password.
every letter have a different drawing.

What I’ve learnt from this exercise:
1.key()
2.keyPressed()
3.line() & co-ordinates
4.text()
5.numbers are important @.@

Please take a look at the code on http://www.openprocessing.org/sketch/110612#
because its too long to post here but the general formulae is like this:

# Hey~

Hey! my name is Josephine and I am fashion student that also loves graphic and user interface designs. I am excited to learn creative computing because of the cool things I’ve seen produced by programming. I hope to achieve some level of familiarity in reading and writing code so that in the future I can create a cool original online portfolio.
For my tweaks below, I was mainly inspired by lines and shape playing around with the basics and see I can make with it.

First variation:
1.Background (50) = dark grey color
2. Stroke to (150,75,30)= orange color, stroke and background number has to be different in order to see the design. Co-ordinates corresponds to RGB points.
3. Rotate (PI/4)= shows each layer rotation is done in multiples of (pi/4)degrees or 45 degrees as a starting point.
4. Branch (180)= each layer has a branch measuring 180 degrees.
Original: http://www.openprocessing.org/sketch/108420

Second Variation:
1. (float x=300; float y= 300)= change the dimensions
2. void setup (background (#99FF00))= change the color to green when the screen first appear
3. void mousePressed background (#7D26CD) = change the background color to purple once you click the mouse to make a new shape.
Original: http://www.openprocessing.org/sketch/109486