An old python project of mine which works by taking abstract animations, usually julia sets (some are just moving lines and other simple shapes) and drawing each frame to the canvas without removing the previous. The result is that simple animations are swept across the canvas and transformed into complex geometric images. No code sorry, […]
An old project of mine so sadly I’ve lost the code for now. I suspect it will turn up while I’m pawing over my old files, I’ve got a decade of pastebins to sift through, hoping it will turn up there if I search some old messenger conversations. This was a MIT-Scheme function but until […]
This is an old project of mine, but I really like it, so it’s gone through many revisions.The current python source is a new version I typed up recently, past versions included a few extra bits and pieces, one had the ability to erase as well as add dots, usually this effect can be achieved […]
This was my first ever project in Python Imaging Library, other than some Spirographs, however I feel it still warrants a share. This project even contains the image I’m using as my it header. Dated back to March 2012, when I first posted these images to my Facebook, the source is sadly lost to time, […]
I’ve been more active online lately so I’m bringing the site back, it’ll mostly just be programming related stuff, but I’ll try to share a bunch of other bits and pieces if they’re interesting. Hoping to launch a few online services this year so I’ll be incentivised to stay active enough to get some engagement.