Monthly Archives: April 2015

Wk 13 – EXTRA CREDIT – Kyle Wadsworth’s Puzzle Game

Well, I didn’t see anything limiting the extra credit opportunity to non-developers, so I thought I’d give some insight in the development process for some sweet sweet EC points! The game itself is a One Dimensional Puzzle game that started … Continue reading

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Wk 13 – EXTRA CREDIT – Lizabeth’s Geometric Art Algorithm

Here it is! Yet another algorithm that I followed! The algorithm went as followed: 1)Using a ruler, draw a straight line on a blank piece of paper 2) Draw an other line, making sure both lines touch at any point. … Continue reading

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Wk 13 – EXTRA CREDIT – Poetry Generation Algorithm by Hoc Nguyen

So another algorithm I followed this week for art 110 was an algorithm generated by Hoc Nguyen: 1) Take your favorite book. 2) On every page of a single chapter, use the last word of the page. 3) Create a … Continue reading

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Wk 13 – EXTRA CREDIT – JASMINEANN text message poetry algorithm

So my art110 class offered extra credit for following other people’s algorithms generated last week, so I decided to follow Jasmineann’s algorithm for text message poetry: 1. Get your mobile device! 2. Open up to your text messages. 3. Look … Continue reading

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Wk 13 – Classmate Conversation – Anissa Torres

Several weeks ago, I had the pleasure of striking up a conversation with Anissa Torres. She’s currently an undeclared, soccer playing freshman who is working towards a degree in Kinesiology. Although I’ve never played a sport well in my life, … Continue reading

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Wk 13 – Artist Interview – Shihori Nakayama

This week, I enjoyed the work of Shihori Nakayama and her piece, titled “Recapturing the Moment”. In this work of art, Shihori Nakayama tries to replicate the art styles of children’s books, Japanese historical printing blocks, and manga all into … Continue reading

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Wk 12 – Classmate Interview – Angelica Palad

This week, I had the pleasure of talking with Angelica Palad, a freshman dorming in Parkside. This young woman comes from a huge family with 6 sisters, since apparently the dad was trying for a son. What are the odds! … Continue reading

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