Guess who got
another Processing sketch featured in the Sketchpad gallery?
PROCESSING APPLICATION GETS FEATURED
If you haven’t seen the full application at
http://joshuadavis.com/xmas/, go there now and make some art. Then share it on Twitter and Facebook.
Brought to you by
Joshua Davis, Jon Contino, Chuck Anderson, Si Scott, Eric Fickes, and the entire Satellite Office family.
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I’m a featured
artist on instacanv.as!!
Long story short, the testing failed. It was fun, but I needed some duct tape, or a proper
Posted in comedy, cool, denver, fun, skateboarding, video |
Tagged discovery park, replayXD, skate video, skateboard, skateboarding, skatepark, team fickes, under skateboard video |
Ever wonder what my shoulder looks like when I skateboard? Today is your lucky day. I took my
ReplayXD to the skateparks this weekend and came home with some great shoulder footage. I’m trying to find a good downward angle to capture my feet and board.
Here is my shoulder at
Discovery Park in Wheat Ridge.
Here is my shoulder at
the new Northglenn Skatepark
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Tagged discovery park, hd, helmet, helmet cam, replayXD, shoulder, shoulder cam, skate video, skateboard, skatepark, team fickes, video, wheat ridge |
I wrote a simple 4k drawing tool in Processing tonight. It’s called
Fickes Mouse Draw, and it’s a fun example of using the built in events mousePressed() and keyPressed().
Posted in art, cool, development, fun, processing |
Tagged code, draw, drawing tool, keyPressed, mousePressed, processing, tool |
It feels a little silly getting excited about programming animated gifs, but I am. Here’s a gif I’ve named BOOM that I coded in processing.
this gif coded with PROCESSING
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Tagged ani gif, animated gif, circles, code art, gif, processing |
Ah yeah, I made my first animated gif with
Processing today. Here’s my gif
this gif made with PROCESSING and gifAnimation lib
I made this with Processing and the
gifAnimation library in about 10 minutes. Here is how.
Download and install Processing from
processing.org Fire up Processing and create a quick sketch ( this step forces you to setup your sketchbook folder )
gifAnimation library for processing and unzip to a temp folder Inside your sketchbook folder ( from step 2 ), create a new folder named
libraries Copy the folder named
gifAnimation from the temp folder in step #3 into your libraries folder inside your main sketchbook folder Start a new sketch and
import gifAnimation.*; Then get coding
( or just
download the full PROCESSING sample of using gifAnimation library )
You will find full processing samples in the gifAnimation zip file you downloaded in step #3. Also,
this page has a great example under the section title EXPORTING A GIF ANIMATION.
I haven’t dug any deeper into the gifAnimation library because it just worked. I hope creating animated gifs from Processing will be as smooth for you as it was for me. If not, please let me know in the comments section. If you have any tips or tricks with the gifAnimation lib or animating gifs via Processing, I’d like to hear those as well.
Now to make animated fire.
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Tagged ani gif, animated, export, gif, gifAnimation, howto, library, move, processing |