#1 Daily Practice

Due in class on Thursday 10/6

Experimentation is required to gain familiarity with creating and planning computational works. For the first few weeks, you must write one new processing sketch every day, preferably first thing in the morning.

There are no constraints on the sketches except that you focus on drawing and color and make use of variables.

Take this as an oportunity to grow your familiarity with processing. Explore the expressive and representational possibilities, experiment with abstraction, patterning, and drawing.

Bring your code to class and choose one sketch for us to discuss as a group. We will look at the output of the sketch and the code itself.

The programming topics this week are covered in Shiffman's Coding Train episodes: Drawing, Variables, Setup and Draw, and Loops

#2 Daily Practice

Due in class on Tuesday 10/11

Experimentation is required to gain familiarity with creating and planning computational works. For the first few weeks, you must write one new processing sketch every day, preferably first thing in the morning.

There are no constraints on the sketches, just focus on the concepts covered in class so far.

Take this as an oportunity to grow your familiarity with programming. Explore the expressive and representational possibilities, experiment with abstraction, patterning, and drawing.

Bring your code to class and choose one sketch for us to discuss as a group. We will look at the output of the sketch and the code itself.