Monthly Archives: November 2014

Jurassic Kobayashi Maru

This Scratch game was a group project for the midpoint of our Scratch unit in New Media 102. I handled coding and the .gif reels. The sprite costumes never got finished, but the game mechanics are complete. In order to play you will need a computer with a camera and a microphone. Scratch may ask your permission to use these devices, so look for a popup at the top of your browser.

Swooping Magpie

This image is based on a series of polar graphs I started playing with in eleventh grade. The years of fixated doodling finally paid off when I realized the functions almost look like a diving bird! The forward-swept wings are reminiscent of some types of magpie.
This image is based on a series of polar graphs I started playing with in eleventh grade. The years of fixated doodling finally paid off when I realized the functions almost look like a diving bird! The forward-swept wings are reminiscent of some types of magpie. The polar functions in this image were plotted with Desmos Graphing Calculator. Tracing and transformations were completed using Adobe Illustrator.