Screenshot of my Final page and my PDF pages with my process work Screenshot of my Final page and my PDF pages with my process work Screenshot of my Final page and my PDF pages with my process work Screenshot of my Final page and my PDF pages with my process work Screenshot of my Final page and my PDF pages with my process work

Screenshot of my Final page and my PDF pages with my process work

This is my final poster design for project 2, the colors look very different on tumblr to how they look on my computer/when printed - the tumblr version is a lot greener.

These are the 3 designs for my poster the first two are my alternatives but i found them to be a bit too colourless for a mucha inspired design so the last one is my final These are the 3 designs for my poster the first two are my alternatives but i found them to be a bit too colourless for a mucha inspired design so the last one is my final These are the 3 designs for my poster the first two are my alternatives but i found them to be a bit too colourless for a mucha inspired design so the last one is my final

These are the 3 designs for my poster the first two are my alternatives but i found them to be a bit too colourless for a mucha inspired design so the last one is my final

These are my notes on Alphonse Mucha’s Zodiac (1896)
(i misspelled the first name in my notes i know)  These are my notes on Alphonse Mucha’s Zodiac (1896)
(i misspelled the first name in my notes i know) 

These are my notes on Alphonse Mucha’s Zodiac (1896)

(i misspelled the first name in my notes i know) 

These are my final 9 sketches. They are posted in order.
Line-open: This was the first sketch that i finished for this project and I wanted to keep it simple, both in the code and in the color scheme. When i started this sketch i was working on the idea of intersecting lines.
Line-grid: For the grid one of these I started it based on the idea that a grid is like a guideline or an underlying structure for something to be built on top of. With that in mind I made my lines look like someone had woven a grid from string and then pulled all of the strings towards the middle on each side. Again for this one i kept the color scheme simple because i liked the idea of clean and simple lines.
Line-algorithm: For this one i really just wanted to see if i could make a spiral out of lines and as i played with the alpha levels and the variables i ended up with this. I did this one in greyscale because i liked it best when it was simple and it was consistent with the other line sketches.
ellipse-open: This was actually the second sketch that i finished for this project and I was playing around with color, rotation and translation, so when I ended up with this I just tweaked the alpha values and colors and left it because it had n almost rainbow effect. 
ellipse-grid: I wanted to make a grid out of circles, however, I didnt want them all to be the same color or size exactly so i played with the sizes and ended up with something that I found much more interesting than a simple set of circles (I also played with ellipses but I didnt like them as much as the circles).
ellipse-algorithm: For this one I wanted to explore texture and rotation and size while keeping my algorithm simple. Although my other ellipse sketches were colored and I did play with colored circles I liked it best with black and white because I felt it focused more on the texture of the lines. I used a while loop for this as well because I wanted to make the algorithm as simple as possible.
polygon-open: For this I really wanted to play with the idea of randomization while keeping within restrictions so I made processing draw rectangles at given intervals however their size and color was randomized within a specific range, I also left the alpha value low and the same so that you could see the different shapes on top of one another.
polygon-grid: For this I wanted to make a pattern grid of the same polygon over and over again. I chose red and blue after lots of playing with color because I simply liked it better.
polygon-algorithm: This was the last sketch that I did during this project and it was probably also the most time consuming. This was because i wanted to play with rotating triangles as well as making them spiral out around one another and play with colors and alpha values as well (effectively combining everything that I had used thus far).  These are my final 9 sketches. They are posted in order.
Line-open: This was the first sketch that i finished for this project and I wanted to keep it simple, both in the code and in the color scheme. When i started this sketch i was working on the idea of intersecting lines.
Line-grid: For the grid one of these I started it based on the idea that a grid is like a guideline or an underlying structure for something to be built on top of. With that in mind I made my lines look like someone had woven a grid from string and then pulled all of the strings towards the middle on each side. Again for this one i kept the color scheme simple because i liked the idea of clean and simple lines.
Line-algorithm: For this one i really just wanted to see if i could make a spiral out of lines and as i played with the alpha levels and the variables i ended up with this. I did this one in greyscale because i liked it best when it was simple and it was consistent with the other line sketches.
ellipse-open: This was actually the second sketch that i finished for this project and I was playing around with color, rotation and translation, so when I ended up with this I just tweaked the alpha values and colors and left it because it had n almost rainbow effect. 
ellipse-grid: I wanted to make a grid out of circles, however, I didnt want them all to be the same color or size exactly so i played with the sizes and ended up with something that I found much more interesting than a simple set of circles (I also played with ellipses but I didnt like them as much as the circles).
ellipse-algorithm: For this one I wanted to explore texture and rotation and size while keeping my algorithm simple. Although my other ellipse sketches were colored and I did play with colored circles I liked it best with black and white because I felt it focused more on the texture of the lines. I used a while loop for this as well because I wanted to make the algorithm as simple as possible.
polygon-open: For this I really wanted to play with the idea of randomization while keeping within restrictions so I made processing draw rectangles at given intervals however their size and color was randomized within a specific range, I also left the alpha value low and the same so that you could see the different shapes on top of one another.
polygon-grid: For this I wanted to make a pattern grid of the same polygon over and over again. I chose red and blue after lots of playing with color because I simply liked it better.
polygon-algorithm: This was the last sketch that I did during this project and it was probably also the most time consuming. This was because i wanted to play with rotating triangles as well as making them spiral out around one another and play with colors and alpha values as well (effectively combining everything that I had used thus far).  These are my final 9 sketches. They are posted in order.
Line-open: This was the first sketch that i finished for this project and I wanted to keep it simple, both in the code and in the color scheme. When i started this sketch i was working on the idea of intersecting lines.
Line-grid: For the grid one of these I started it based on the idea that a grid is like a guideline or an underlying structure for something to be built on top of. With that in mind I made my lines look like someone had woven a grid from string and then pulled all of the strings towards the middle on each side. Again for this one i kept the color scheme simple because i liked the idea of clean and simple lines.
Line-algorithm: For this one i really just wanted to see if i could make a spiral out of lines and as i played with the alpha levels and the variables i ended up with this. I did this one in greyscale because i liked it best when it was simple and it was consistent with the other line sketches.
ellipse-open: This was actually the second sketch that i finished for this project and I was playing around with color, rotation and translation, so when I ended up with this I just tweaked the alpha values and colors and left it because it had n almost rainbow effect. 
ellipse-grid: I wanted to make a grid out of circles, however, I didnt want them all to be the same color or size exactly so i played with the sizes and ended up with something that I found much more interesting than a simple set of circles (I also played with ellipses but I didnt like them as much as the circles).
ellipse-algorithm: For this one I wanted to explore texture and rotation and size while keeping my algorithm simple. Although my other ellipse sketches were colored and I did play with colored circles I liked it best with black and white because I felt it focused more on the texture of the lines. I used a while loop for this as well because I wanted to make the algorithm as simple as possible.
polygon-open: For this I really wanted to play with the idea of randomization while keeping within restrictions so I made processing draw rectangles at given intervals however their size and color was randomized within a specific range, I also left the alpha value low and the same so that you could see the different shapes on top of one another.
polygon-grid: For this I wanted to make a pattern grid of the same polygon over and over again. I chose red and blue after lots of playing with color because I simply liked it better.
polygon-algorithm: This was the last sketch that I did during this project and it was probably also the most time consuming. This was because i wanted to play with rotating triangles as well as making them spiral out around one another and play with colors and alpha values as well (effectively combining everything that I had used thus far).  These are my final 9 sketches. They are posted in order.
Line-open: This was the first sketch that i finished for this project and I wanted to keep it simple, both in the code and in the color scheme. When i started this sketch i was working on the idea of intersecting lines.
Line-grid: For the grid one of these I started it based on the idea that a grid is like a guideline or an underlying structure for something to be built on top of. With that in mind I made my lines look like someone had woven a grid from string and then pulled all of the strings towards the middle on each side. Again for this one i kept the color scheme simple because i liked the idea of clean and simple lines.
Line-algorithm: For this one i really just wanted to see if i could make a spiral out of lines and as i played with the alpha levels and the variables i ended up with this. I did this one in greyscale because i liked it best when it was simple and it was consistent with the other line sketches.
ellipse-open: This was actually the second sketch that i finished for this project and I was playing around with color, rotation and translation, so when I ended up with this I just tweaked the alpha values and colors and left it because it had n almost rainbow effect. 
ellipse-grid: I wanted to make a grid out of circles, however, I didnt want them all to be the same color or size exactly so i played with the sizes and ended up with something that I found much more interesting than a simple set of circles (I also played with ellipses but I didnt like them as much as the circles).
ellipse-algorithm: For this one I wanted to explore texture and rotation and size while keeping my algorithm simple. Although my other ellipse sketches were colored and I did play with colored circles I liked it best with black and white because I felt it focused more on the texture of the lines. I used a while loop for this as well because I wanted to make the algorithm as simple as possible.
polygon-open: For this I really wanted to play with the idea of randomization while keeping within restrictions so I made processing draw rectangles at given intervals however their size and color was randomized within a specific range, I also left the alpha value low and the same so that you could see the different shapes on top of one another.
polygon-grid: For this I wanted to make a pattern grid of the same polygon over and over again. I chose red and blue after lots of playing with color because I simply liked it better.
polygon-algorithm: This was the last sketch that I did during this project and it was probably also the most time consuming. This was because i wanted to play with rotating triangles as well as making them spiral out around one another and play with colors and alpha values as well (effectively combining everything that I had used thus far).  These are my final 9 sketches. They are posted in order.
Line-open: This was the first sketch that i finished for this project and I wanted to keep it simple, both in the code and in the color scheme. When i started this sketch i was working on the idea of intersecting lines.
Line-grid: For the grid one of these I started it based on the idea that a grid is like a guideline or an underlying structure for something to be built on top of. With that in mind I made my lines look like someone had woven a grid from string and then pulled all of the strings towards the middle on each side. Again for this one i kept the color scheme simple because i liked the idea of clean and simple lines.
Line-algorithm: For this one i really just wanted to see if i could make a spiral out of lines and as i played with the alpha levels and the variables i ended up with this. I did this one in greyscale because i liked it best when it was simple and it was consistent with the other line sketches.
ellipse-open: This was actually the second sketch that i finished for this project and I was playing around with color, rotation and translation, so when I ended up with this I just tweaked the alpha values and colors and left it because it had n almost rainbow effect. 
ellipse-grid: I wanted to make a grid out of circles, however, I didnt want them all to be the same color or size exactly so i played with the sizes and ended up with something that I found much more interesting than a simple set of circles (I also played with ellipses but I didnt like them as much as the circles).
ellipse-algorithm: For this one I wanted to explore texture and rotation and size while keeping my algorithm simple. Although my other ellipse sketches were colored and I did play with colored circles I liked it best with black and white because I felt it focused more on the texture of the lines. I used a while loop for this as well because I wanted to make the algorithm as simple as possible.
polygon-open: For this I really wanted to play with the idea of randomization while keeping within restrictions so I made processing draw rectangles at given intervals however their size and color was randomized within a specific range, I also left the alpha value low and the same so that you could see the different shapes on top of one another.
polygon-grid: For this I wanted to make a pattern grid of the same polygon over and over again. I chose red and blue after lots of playing with color because I simply liked it better.
polygon-algorithm: This was the last sketch that I did during this project and it was probably also the most time consuming. This was because i wanted to play with rotating triangles as well as making them spiral out around one another and play with colors and alpha values as well (effectively combining everything that I had used thus far).  These are my final 9 sketches. They are posted in order.
Line-open: This was the first sketch that i finished for this project and I wanted to keep it simple, both in the code and in the color scheme. When i started this sketch i was working on the idea of intersecting lines.
Line-grid: For the grid one of these I started it based on the idea that a grid is like a guideline or an underlying structure for something to be built on top of. With that in mind I made my lines look like someone had woven a grid from string and then pulled all of the strings towards the middle on each side. Again for this one i kept the color scheme simple because i liked the idea of clean and simple lines.
Line-algorithm: For this one i really just wanted to see if i could make a spiral out of lines and as i played with the alpha levels and the variables i ended up with this. I did this one in greyscale because i liked it best when it was simple and it was consistent with the other line sketches.
ellipse-open: This was actually the second sketch that i finished for this project and I was playing around with color, rotation and translation, so when I ended up with this I just tweaked the alpha values and colors and left it because it had n almost rainbow effect. 
ellipse-grid: I wanted to make a grid out of circles, however, I didnt want them all to be the same color or size exactly so i played with the sizes and ended up with something that I found much more interesting than a simple set of circles (I also played with ellipses but I didnt like them as much as the circles).
ellipse-algorithm: For this one I wanted to explore texture and rotation and size while keeping my algorithm simple. Although my other ellipse sketches were colored and I did play with colored circles I liked it best with black and white because I felt it focused more on the texture of the lines. I used a while loop for this as well because I wanted to make the algorithm as simple as possible.
polygon-open: For this I really wanted to play with the idea of randomization while keeping within restrictions so I made processing draw rectangles at given intervals however their size and color was randomized within a specific range, I also left the alpha value low and the same so that you could see the different shapes on top of one another.
polygon-grid: For this I wanted to make a pattern grid of the same polygon over and over again. I chose red and blue after lots of playing with color because I simply liked it better.
polygon-algorithm: This was the last sketch that I did during this project and it was probably also the most time consuming. This was because i wanted to play with rotating triangles as well as making them spiral out around one another and play with colors and alpha values as well (effectively combining everything that I had used thus far).  These are my final 9 sketches. They are posted in order.
Line-open: This was the first sketch that i finished for this project and I wanted to keep it simple, both in the code and in the color scheme. When i started this sketch i was working on the idea of intersecting lines.
Line-grid: For the grid one of these I started it based on the idea that a grid is like a guideline or an underlying structure for something to be built on top of. With that in mind I made my lines look like someone had woven a grid from string and then pulled all of the strings towards the middle on each side. Again for this one i kept the color scheme simple because i liked the idea of clean and simple lines.
Line-algorithm: For this one i really just wanted to see if i could make a spiral out of lines and as i played with the alpha levels and the variables i ended up with this. I did this one in greyscale because i liked it best when it was simple and it was consistent with the other line sketches.
ellipse-open: This was actually the second sketch that i finished for this project and I was playing around with color, rotation and translation, so when I ended up with this I just tweaked the alpha values and colors and left it because it had n almost rainbow effect. 
ellipse-grid: I wanted to make a grid out of circles, however, I didnt want them all to be the same color or size exactly so i played with the sizes and ended up with something that I found much more interesting than a simple set of circles (I also played with ellipses but I didnt like them as much as the circles).
ellipse-algorithm: For this one I wanted to explore texture and rotation and size while keeping my algorithm simple. Although my other ellipse sketches were colored and I did play with colored circles I liked it best with black and white because I felt it focused more on the texture of the lines. I used a while loop for this as well because I wanted to make the algorithm as simple as possible.
polygon-open: For this I really wanted to play with the idea of randomization while keeping within restrictions so I made processing draw rectangles at given intervals however their size and color was randomized within a specific range, I also left the alpha value low and the same so that you could see the different shapes on top of one another.
polygon-grid: For this I wanted to make a pattern grid of the same polygon over and over again. I chose red and blue after lots of playing with color because I simply liked it better.
polygon-algorithm: This was the last sketch that I did during this project and it was probably also the most time consuming. This was because i wanted to play with rotating triangles as well as making them spiral out around one another and play with colors and alpha values as well (effectively combining everything that I had used thus far).  These are my final 9 sketches. They are posted in order.
Line-open: This was the first sketch that i finished for this project and I wanted to keep it simple, both in the code and in the color scheme. When i started this sketch i was working on the idea of intersecting lines.
Line-grid: For the grid one of these I started it based on the idea that a grid is like a guideline or an underlying structure for something to be built on top of. With that in mind I made my lines look like someone had woven a grid from string and then pulled all of the strings towards the middle on each side. Again for this one i kept the color scheme simple because i liked the idea of clean and simple lines.
Line-algorithm: For this one i really just wanted to see if i could make a spiral out of lines and as i played with the alpha levels and the variables i ended up with this. I did this one in greyscale because i liked it best when it was simple and it was consistent with the other line sketches.
ellipse-open: This was actually the second sketch that i finished for this project and I was playing around with color, rotation and translation, so when I ended up with this I just tweaked the alpha values and colors and left it because it had n almost rainbow effect. 
ellipse-grid: I wanted to make a grid out of circles, however, I didnt want them all to be the same color or size exactly so i played with the sizes and ended up with something that I found much more interesting than a simple set of circles (I also played with ellipses but I didnt like them as much as the circles).
ellipse-algorithm: For this one I wanted to explore texture and rotation and size while keeping my algorithm simple. Although my other ellipse sketches were colored and I did play with colored circles I liked it best with black and white because I felt it focused more on the texture of the lines. I used a while loop for this as well because I wanted to make the algorithm as simple as possible.
polygon-open: For this I really wanted to play with the idea of randomization while keeping within restrictions so I made processing draw rectangles at given intervals however their size and color was randomized within a specific range, I also left the alpha value low and the same so that you could see the different shapes on top of one another.
polygon-grid: For this I wanted to make a pattern grid of the same polygon over and over again. I chose red and blue after lots of playing with color because I simply liked it better.
polygon-algorithm: This was the last sketch that I did during this project and it was probably also the most time consuming. This was because i wanted to play with rotating triangles as well as making them spiral out around one another and play with colors and alpha values as well (effectively combining everything that I had used thus far).  These are my final 9 sketches. They are posted in order.
Line-open: This was the first sketch that i finished for this project and I wanted to keep it simple, both in the code and in the color scheme. When i started this sketch i was working on the idea of intersecting lines.
Line-grid: For the grid one of these I started it based on the idea that a grid is like a guideline or an underlying structure for something to be built on top of. With that in mind I made my lines look like someone had woven a grid from string and then pulled all of the strings towards the middle on each side. Again for this one i kept the color scheme simple because i liked the idea of clean and simple lines.
Line-algorithm: For this one i really just wanted to see if i could make a spiral out of lines and as i played with the alpha levels and the variables i ended up with this. I did this one in greyscale because i liked it best when it was simple and it was consistent with the other line sketches.
ellipse-open: This was actually the second sketch that i finished for this project and I was playing around with color, rotation and translation, so when I ended up with this I just tweaked the alpha values and colors and left it because it had n almost rainbow effect. 
ellipse-grid: I wanted to make a grid out of circles, however, I didnt want them all to be the same color or size exactly so i played with the sizes and ended up with something that I found much more interesting than a simple set of circles (I also played with ellipses but I didnt like them as much as the circles).
ellipse-algorithm: For this one I wanted to explore texture and rotation and size while keeping my algorithm simple. Although my other ellipse sketches were colored and I did play with colored circles I liked it best with black and white because I felt it focused more on the texture of the lines. I used a while loop for this as well because I wanted to make the algorithm as simple as possible.
polygon-open: For this I really wanted to play with the idea of randomization while keeping within restrictions so I made processing draw rectangles at given intervals however their size and color was randomized within a specific range, I also left the alpha value low and the same so that you could see the different shapes on top of one another.
polygon-grid: For this I wanted to make a pattern grid of the same polygon over and over again. I chose red and blue after lots of playing with color because I simply liked it better.
polygon-algorithm: This was the last sketch that I did during this project and it was probably also the most time consuming. This was because i wanted to play with rotating triangles as well as making them spiral out around one another and play with colors and alpha values as well (effectively combining everything that I had used thus far). 

These are my final 9 sketches. They are posted in order.

Line-open: This was the first sketch that i finished for this project and I wanted to keep it simple, both in the code and in the color scheme. When i started this sketch i was working on the idea of intersecting lines.

Line-grid: For the grid one of these I started it based on the idea that a grid is like a guideline or an underlying structure for something to be built on top of. With that in mind I made my lines look like someone had woven a grid from string and then pulled all of the strings towards the middle on each side. Again for this one i kept the color scheme simple because i liked the idea of clean and simple lines.

Line-algorithm: For this one i really just wanted to see if i could make a spiral out of lines and as i played with the alpha levels and the variables i ended up with this. I did this one in greyscale because i liked it best when it was simple and it was consistent with the other line sketches.

ellipse-open: This was actually the second sketch that i finished for this project and I was playing around with color, rotation and translation, so when I ended up with this I just tweaked the alpha values and colors and left it because it had n almost rainbow effect. 

ellipse-grid: I wanted to make a grid out of circles, however, I didnt want them all to be the same color or size exactly so i played with the sizes and ended up with something that I found much more interesting than a simple set of circles (I also played with ellipses but I didnt like them as much as the circles).

ellipse-algorithm: For this one I wanted to explore texture and rotation and size while keeping my algorithm simple. Although my other ellipse sketches were colored and I did play with colored circles I liked it best with black and white because I felt it focused more on the texture of the lines. I used a while loop for this as well because I wanted to make the algorithm as simple as possible.

polygon-open: For this I really wanted to play with the idea of randomization while keeping within restrictions so I made processing draw rectangles at given intervals however their size and color was randomized within a specific range, I also left the alpha value low and the same so that you could see the different shapes on top of one another.

polygon-grid: For this I wanted to make a pattern grid of the same polygon over and over again. I chose red and blue after lots of playing with color because I simply liked it better.

polygon-algorithm: This was the last sketch that I did during this project and it was probably also the most time consuming. This was because i wanted to play with rotating triangles as well as making them spiral out around one another and play with colors and alpha values as well (effectively combining everything that I had used thus far). 

This is the code for my polygon based sketches: open, grid, algorithm. This is the code for my polygon based sketches: open, grid, algorithm. This is the code for my polygon based sketches: open, grid, algorithm. This is the code for my polygon based sketches: open, grid, algorithm.

This is the code for my polygon based sketches: open, grid, algorithm.

This is the code for my final line sketches This is the code for my final line sketches This is the code for my final line sketches This is the code for my final line sketches

This is the code for my final line sketches

This is the code for my final ellipse sketches: open, grid, algorithm. This is the code for my final ellipse sketches: open, grid, algorithm. This is the code for my final ellipse sketches: open, grid, algorithm. This is the code for my final ellipse sketches: open, grid, algorithm.

This is the code for my final ellipse sketches: open, grid, algorithm.