Tiny Sketch Challenge

Can you push your limits to create a sketch under 200 characters with P5js?


EYEO Festival and OpenProcessing are partnering to challenge creative coders to create an impressive sketch under 200 characters and win an EYEO 2019 Festival ticket, happening in Minneapolis, MN, USA in June 2019.

Deadline: The official challenge is closed on April 1st, 2019, and the winner is announced on our twitter. But, feel free to submit more sketches below to add to the curation.

Criteria: Constraints make us more creative. 200 characters will require you to think smart and hack your way in to create something impressive. Your sketch should be less than or equal to 200 characters and use p5js. Single tab. No libraries. Whitespaces and new lines do not count towards 200 character limit.

How to: 1. Create a sketch 2. Submit your sketch below.

Tips: Check out Tips & Tricks article by FreddieRa.

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## **Can you push your limits to create a sketch under 200 characters with P5js?** [EYEO Festival](http://eyeofestival.com/) and OpenProcessing are partnering to challenge creative coders to create an impressive sketch under 200 characters and **win an EYEO 2019 Festival ticket**, happening in Minneapolis, MN, USA in June 2019. **Deadline**: The official challenge is closed on April 1st, 2019, and the winner is announced on our [twitter](https://twitter.com/openprocessing/status/1116057547440574465). But, feel free to submit more sketches below to add to the curation. **Criteria**: Constraints make us more creative. 200 characters will require you to think smart and hack your way in to create something impressive. Your sketch should be less than or equal to 200 characters and use p5js. Single tab. No libraries. Whitespaces and new lines do not count towards 200 character limit. **How to**: 1\. [Create a sketch](/sketch/create) 2\. Submit your sketch below. **Tips**: Check out [Tips & Tricks article](/sketch/683375) by FreddieRa.
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