rathesungod- Valentine

I first developed my project by playing around with the basic shapes and colors to explore a spectrum of possibilities. It was a difficult and confusing process to make the heart. I don’t remember the amount of times I restarted certain codes because I always got confused of my order. But once the heart was done, it was definitely easier to make different patterns and shapes surrounding and within the heart. Also by using the digital color maker, it made the process really fun for me because I enjoy experimenting with different tones and colors. I also had a really fun time incorporating text and fonts into the card.

10,000 Bowls of Oatmeal:

As for Kate Compton’s “10,000 Bowls of Oatmeal,” my eyes have been opened to the much bigger reality of infinite possibilities. Whether it’s for oats in different positions or a random name generator, the uniqueness of every possibility can affect one’s emotion and environment. But Compton’s blog post also widened my eyes to how a random generator can also be considered “destiny or fate.”