Small Basic Featured Programs - Multi-Colored Spirals
In the June Challenges, LitDev included a great Graphics Challenge:
- Draw a multi-coloured spiral
And the challenge began!
Coding Cat started us off on June 1st:
I love the graphics challenge. It turns out I wrote a double spiral program as one of my first forays into Small Basic. :-)
The thickness of the line, and angle of the turns are chosen at random at the start of each spiral.
Next came a version from Pappa Lapub:
Another spiral, ID: WNV073 (However, LitDev's image looks better)
Then LitDev entered the fray:
Couldn't resist having a go, KCK850 .
This later reminded Mr. Monkeyboy of yarn and a slide ruler:
I did something similar with yarn and cardboard and elmers glue in the 7th grade. Won the art class art project "challenge". Back then a PC was an abacus or slide rule.
Slide rule image. I believe the Smithsonian Institution has some of these.
NaochanON joined the party:
This is a Ferma's spiral QSF666
And all those contributions were on June 1st!
Then, on June 2nd, YLed contributed a spiral:
could not resist... me too, so
i took the litdev spiral version and added some modifications:
But YLed was not done:
ANIMATED version, of a PULSE SPIRAL, litdev spiral modification 2
that's fun !!!
Next came Tryhest:
nice wrk nao))
a small update: infinite rotating hypnotic spiral: QSF666-0
and changing color version also: QSF666-1
but I feel faint!!
Then YLed unleashed the rainbow:
now litdev KCK850 with a full rainbow colors:
Yled also returned with a Turtle-tastic version of a rainbow spiral:
the R A I N B O W S P I R A L
Here is MY version of the spiral challenge : PROGRAM : PND589
it's a very Small code,
with the Turtle: ( takes 1-2 minutes to draw )
And all that was on the second day of June! Next spiral was on June 11th...
Nonki Takahashi joined the spiral smackdown:
This is another rainbow spiral: BDX376.
So there you go! That's a whole lot of June Spirals! And guess what! That was only part of the June challenges thread! Read the whole thing here:
Have a day! Not just any day... have a small and basic one!
- Ninja Ed