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Happy easter

2015-04-05, post № 11

art, #animated gif, #animation, #easter, #egg, #gif, #happy easter, #image, #landscape, #movement, #pixel, #pixel graphics, #transformation

I have created an animated gif to celebrate easter!

happy-easter.gif

Colors V — other results

2015-04-04, post № 10

programming, Pygame, Python, #background, #beautiful, #change, #color, #colors, #Colors V, #different, #different colors, #gradient, #referring

Here are just a few different results regarding my ‘Colors V’ program.

colors-v-other-results-1.png
colors-v-other-results-2.png
colors-v-other-results-3.png

(Referring to my ‘Colors V’ program for full code.)

Source code: colors-v-other-results.py

Colors V

2015-04-03, post № 9

programming, Pygame, Python, #background, #beautiful, #change, #changing, #color, #color change, #colors, #column, #creating, #different colors, #fifth, #generates, #generator, #gradient, #image, #making, #nice looking, #number 5, #screenshot, #version V, #wallpaper

‘Colors V’ is the fifth version of my ‘Colors’ program. The four prior versions I just did not publish. This fifth version is nice and cleaned up, using easy to manipulate code and user input.
It is designed to create gradients. Going through the screen, column by column, it calculates for every pixel a color (see first function in the code). By this method it sometimes creates beautiful, sometimes more — I would say ‘interesting’ — images. The image I show here is a very basic gradient (there are way more interesting results).

Usage

  • ‘s’ to take a screenshot,
  • ‘Space’ to recreate (or start) the image creation.
colors-v.png
Source code: colors-v.py
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