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[In the first part of this series, which you can find here, we learnt how to get started drawing with an HTML5 Canvas and animating with GSAP. ]
Recap from last time, or introduction to those of you who weren’t there, including quick overview of various ‘branches’ of creative coding and what tools they might use.
How to get started with p5 using the p5 web editor, including the purpose of the setup and draw functions.
Introduction to the most widely-used parts of the p5 API and how these differ from drawing with only HTML5 Canvas.
Introduction to Perlin noise.
We’ll draw a generative sketch together (it will be a surprise!)
Some previous experience or interest in creative coding and/or generative art, using any framework or tools. Some knowledge of HTML5 Canvas would be particularly useful. You can check out Part 1 of the workshop to catch up.
We’ll use the p5.js web editor. It is free and doesn’t require a registration. If you’d like to be able to save your sketches, you should make an account: https://editor.p5js.org/
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