So in June I'm trying my first thing-a-day-for-a-month project.
I'll be posting experiments made with #shoebot, a tool that i've been making with friends for the last 13 years, to draw with vector graphics in a simple drawing syntax.
First off, an output of some recent fun animating stroke dashes -- increasing their offset results in a pleasing smooth motion. This one is made out of 3 100-sided stars with varying dashed strokes.
Note to properly size the next one: video previews on Mastodon have a width of 548px
@rlafuente Looking forward! Do you consider sharing the code of the sketches as well?
@rra Definitely! But I've been struggling with an appropriate way to publish the code
- maybe a toot reply, but it's unformatted
- gists or similar are a pretty insular medium, things are scattered and i'd like a way to keep them together
- a dedicated page would be nice but takes some work
Would be happy to hear how you'd do it!
@rlafuente pip package & daily changelog
@rra i'm afraid you've successfully confused me :) is daily changelog a python package?
(in any case i'm leaning towards the simplest way -- tooting the source code as a reply)
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