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# portfolio of William Greer

### Project 2

Seth Baird and Will Greer

### 7.2

Created a different effect from the particle code.

### 7.1

I looked at Melissa Diamond's code to come up with a different composition.

### 6.2

Used an image I took out in New Mexico looking up at a tree. Used dots and rectangles to distort the image. I looked at both the Dot Code, and Josh Grant's example.

### 6.2

Used an image I took out in New Mexico looking up at a tree. Used dots and rectangles to distort the image. I looked at both the Dot Code, and Josh Grant's example.

### 6.2

Used an image I took out in New Mexico looking up at a tree. Used dots and rectangles to distort the image. I looked at both the Dot Code, and Josh Grant's example.

### 6.1

Squares that move across the screen in two major directions while some growing across the screen.

### 5.1

I referenced the colorPlus code for the basis of this code.

### Project 1

I wanted this project to have both a sense of randomness however maintaining a sense of order, so that why some shapes are aligned and some are placed at random intervals. The color and opacity scheme, I think also take on these qualities

### 4.3

Lines and rectangles rotate from a changing origin. I referenced the lab code for the spirographs.

### 4.2

This uses two nested loops to create a background as well as the triangles that appear.

### 4.1

A grid of ellipses and circles that change color in the x direction and opacity in the y direction.

### 3.2

Diagonal lines from opposing corners verge towards one another, with the outer two lines present a variety of colors.

### 3.1

This code uses a simple ellipse and the changing location causes a new color scheme when moved and when clicked.

### 2.1.1

Birthday : 19

I looked at Miles thomas's code for the blue triangle. i could not figure it out.

### 1.2 Homework

I used photoshop to determine color levels and shape sizes.

### Assignment 1.1 - "Hello World"

My birthday line . . .
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### collections and classrooms

submitted sketches to:
Computational Methods (ARCH 4050/6050), Fall 2011, UNC Charlotte

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