Monday, June 12, 2006

My New Web Page (It's so cute... er...manly)



Today I have been working hard to get a new website up so that I can have all the projects that I complete online. (And without ads!) I have posted all of my Processing programs on the site, so if you need something to take your mind off of what it should be doing (i.e. work) you should check out the site here.

The site is hosted by WebStoop, which is giving people 1Gig worth of web space to upload files for personal pages. If you need a place to build your own webpage, WebStoop is the proverbial "man".

And since I have a new website, I decided to release a new program that I made a couple of days ago. ColorSqur is a Processing program that draws images like the one to the left. The program will start automatically and will continue to draw its picture until it is done. After it is done with a certain picture it will pause for about ten seconds and then start drawing a new picture. You don't need to do a thing except to sit back and enjoy it. Check it out

8 comments:

Rrramone said...

Dude, thanks for the catch on the bush/flower mixup. Nice.

And I enjoyed your web site. :-)

But please explain the video below. I'm missing something...

Ookami Snow said...

The video below as in Mad Part 12 or the ColorSqur program?

Moral Turpitude said...

Woah. I want to make ColorSketch art to print out hang in my new office. Is this possible?

Ookami Snow said...

I haven't tried to do anything with outputting a Processing window... I would guess that it is possible; if you want I'll try to figure it out.

Rrramone said...

The Mad Video thingy. :-)

Moral Turpitude said...

Hm...you don't have to. I know you're busy.

Ookami Snow said...

mt: I'm not really busy, it's the summer, about 6 hours of my day are spent watching world cup soccer matches. I'll look into seeing how to get the drawings saved. I'm just happy that somebody checked them out and likes them. :)

rrramone: Mad is a play that my sister (Michelle) and I wrote, using the characters from Alice in Wonderland, but with a different story. Michelle then produced it, and ended up playing the lead role (because the former lead moved about a month before the play was put on).
She did this for her senior project, which all graduating high school seniors must do before they graduate. (Well they don't all have to do a play, but some sort of project.)
I broke up the play into 25 parts (so that it is easier to download and watch in one sitting) and posting one per day.

Rrramone said...

Cool! Was wondering what the story was. Now I will have to watch the whole thing. :-)