Over the past few months, I didn't draw much, I was busy working on a few
computer graphics related programming projects for class and for undergrad
One of these projects is publically accessible, so I'd like to share a link
to it. In my computer graphics class, I completed an extra term project
for honors credit. It's a virtual museum of graphics rendering techniques.
you can walk around the exhibits, a few of them even react to your position
in the room!
Without further ado, here's the link: https://museum.shaders.dev
Edit: Forgot to mention this part!
WASD to move around the museum
Mouse to look around the r
Like I've done the past couple years, I made a graphics programming project to share with friends. This year, I took my interests in fractals and tilings and made a web page out of them. I made a real-time renderer based on the Chaos Game that displays tiles as they get transformed around the screen. I could keep talking about the technical details all day, but it's more fun to skip to the pictures:
All of the above + over 2 million more combinations are available at the website I made: https://ptrgags.github.io/holiday-eyecandy/
There is a link to a tutorial video on the page to help you get started. Also note that this websi
Inktober is Coming!
One month from today, Mr. Jake Parker's Inktober drawing challenge begins. I did this last year (see see here for the results), and I plan on doing it again! This time around I plan to draw art trading cards instead of full-page s...