Author Archives: Kevin Wen

About Kevin Wen

From Brooklyn.


Finally! I did my midterm. It doesn’t look like much but after a long time of trying to learn things and figure things out I made a small animation. I combined a few of my old codes together with this banner making video I found online and created this fun banner. The code mixes opacity change, color change, key commands and the use of fonts.

Screen Shot 2013-10-24 at 8.46.02 AM

Geometry Love

So this week I played on processing with some basic triangles. I used a bunch of math to do perfect locations, theres probably a less tedious way, but this will have to do until I learn some more about processing. I didn’t want to do anything too complicated.

Triangles Geometric Art

The coding was relatively simple.

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Processing Practice

Hi, I’m Kevin. I’m studying Communication Design at Parsons and this is my second year. I’m from Brooklyn and I decided to go to Parsons because my friend suggested it to me and I thought doing the portfolio would go along with my high school studies. I hope to learn much from this Creative Computing course so I can use it in my designing.

I was inspired by this Open Processing sketch because it had such fluid motions and the colors were relatively simple.

Over this long break we had the chance to play with Processing. I’m not familiar with the tool so I just played around with the basic functions of the examples already in Processor. I modified 3 of the examples: — This was the first sketch I worked on. I played with the stroke multiple times hoping that it would change the color but it didn’t so I had to find where to place the fill so that the circles on the array would have color.

Color Change     Color Change — Here I took the original shapes and gave each of them a fill. The canvas size was also modified to 360×360 pixels.

Changed Weight      Changed Weight — This example was the bezier and what I did was change background color, stroke weight and also stroke color.

Changed Fill      Changed Fill

All of these examples are tweaked from the Processing program’s examples.