Jessica Medenbach-09 Portrait

For this portrait, I liked the idea of making it out of slashes of ellipses that to me looked like raindrops. The result ends up creating a portrait that feels like looking at someone through a rainy window or in a carwash.

``````//Jessica Medenbach
//jmmedenb@andrew.cmu.edu
//Tuesdays at 1:30PM
//Assignment-09B

var img;
var Point;

function preload() {
img = loadImage("http://i.imgur.com/lYuqE9A.jpg");
}

function setup() {
createCanvas(800, 800);
Point = 5;
imageMode(CENTER);
noStroke();
background(255);
img.loadPixels();

}

function draw() {
var pointillize = map(mouseX, 0, width, Point, Point);
var x = floor(random(img.width));
var y = floor(random(img.height));
var pix = img.get(x, y);
fill(pix, 128);
ellipse(x+5, y+5, pointillize, pointillize);
ellipse(x,y,pointillize,pointillize);
ellipse(x-5,y-5,pointillize,pointillize);
ellipse(x-10,y-10,pointillize,pointillize);
ellipse(x+10,y+10,pointillize,pointillize);

}
``````

Hannah K-Project-09

``````var myImage;
// Variables needed for lerp
var orig = color(theColorAtLocationXY);
var next = color(135, 206, 250);

function preload() {
var goldenGateBridge = "https://i.imgur.com/jeVkTI5.png";
myImage = loadImage(goldenGateBridge);
}

function setup() {
createCanvas(414, 750);
background(0);
myImage.loadPixels();
frameRate(1500);
}

function draw() {
var px = random(width);
var py = random(height);
var ix = constrain(floor(px), 10, width-1);
var iy = constrain(floor(py), 10, height-1);
var theColorAtLocationXY = myImage.get(ix, iy);

// Creates a diagonal "line" that pulls colors
// used in the rest of my portrait
if(py > px) {
noStroke();
fill(theColorAtLocationXY);
rect(px, py, 10, 5);
}
else {
theColorAtLocationXY = lerp(orig, next, 0.5);
fill(theColorAtLocationXY);
rect(px, py, 5, 10);
}
}
``````

For this week’s process, I was heavily reliant on the template for creating my final product. Unless most weeks, I did not really have a drawing that I made prior to starting my final project. I decided to use a picture from a couple of summers ago when I went biking across the Golden Gate Bridge. I decided to create a diagonal “background” of sorts that depends on other colors that were used in my image.

On a final note, I am not sure why the computational portrait is not showing up on this page, even though the code is embedded. I tried re-uploading my file numerous times and embedding it, but nothing seems to work…When I open the html file associated with my code, it works though..!

Project 9 Lydia Jin

``````//Lydia Jin
//Section D
//jialuj@andrew.cmu.edu
//Project 9

var brother;

function preload() {
//load picture of my brother
var myImageURL = "http://i.imgur.com/NrbfIdb.jpg";
brother = loadImage(myImageURL);
}

function setup() {
//set up canvas
createCanvas(500, 500);
background(0);
brother.loadPixels();
//load 100 times in 60 seconds
frameRate(100);
}

function draw() {
var px = random(width);
var py = random(height);
var ix = constrain(floor(px), 0, width-1);
var iy = constrain(floor(py), 0, height-1);
var theColorAtLocationXY = brother.get(ix, iy);

//draw quads
noStroke();
fill(theColorAtLocationXY);
quad(px-random(10), py-random(10), px-random(10), py-random(10), px+random(10), py, px, py+random(10));

}``````

I decided to use a photo of my brother taken in hockey uniform. I used quads to present the image to make it more cool since quads are more random than ellipses. A finished portrait looks like the one below:

Yugyeong Lee Project – 09

``````//Yugyeong Lee
//Section A
//yugyeonl@andrew.cmu.edu
//Project 09

var imgYugy;

function preload() {
var imgURL = "http://i.imgur.com/XYdrw0f.jpg";
imgYugy = loadImage(imgURL);

}
function setup() {
createCanvas(540, 700);
background(0);

imgYugy.loadPixels();
frameRate(500);
}

function draw() {
drawYugyC();
drawYugyL();
}

//circular pixels controlled by mouseX and mouseY
function drawYugyC () {
var pX = mouseX;
var pY = mouseY;
var iX = constrain(floor(pX), 0, width - 1);
var iY = constrain(floor(pY), 0, height - 1);
var color = imgYugy.get(iX, iY);
var diam = random(5, 15);

fill(color);
noStroke();
ellipse(pX, pY, diam, diam);
}

//diagonal lines at random
function drawYugyL () {
var pX = random(0, width);
var pY = random(0, height);
var iX = constrain(floor(pX), 0, width - 1);
var iY = constrain(floor(pY), 0, height - 1);
var color = imgYugy.get(iX, iY);
var offset = random(5, 20);
var strokeweight = random(1, 5)

stroke(color);
strokeWeight(strokeweight);
line(pX, pY, pX + offset, pY + offset);
}

``````

I was exploring on combination of diagonal lines and circles to create a pixelated portrait of myself. The diagonal lines appear at random while circular pixels can be controlled by the location of the mouse.

Mreyes-Project-09

``````
//Mercedes Reys

//Section C

//mreyes@andrew.cmu.edu

//Project-09

//global variables
var underlyingImage;
var px = [];
var py = [];

//pre-load images
function preload() {
var myImageURL = "http://i.imgur.com/FODHYaP.jpg";
underlyingImage = loadImage(myImageURL);
}

function setup() {
createCanvas(windowWidth, windowHeight);
background(0);
underlyingImage.loadPixels();
frameRate(1);
}

function draw() {

//for loop to fill arrays
for (i = 0; i < frameCount; i++) {

px[i] = random(width);
py[i] = random(height);

//get color
var ix = constrain(floor(px[i]), 0, width-1);
var iy = constrain(floor(py[i]), 0, height-1);
var theColorAtLocationXY = underlyingImage.get(ix, iy);

//draw lines at random length and direction
stroke(theColorAtLocationXY)
line(px[i]+random(20),py[i]+random(20),px[i]+random(80),py[i]+random(80));
}

}``````

I was initially trying to go for something more complex where there would be lines and circles only drawn in the white area to create a constellation effect. That proved to be to difficult and I couldn’t get it to run, so instead I simplified it to just lines that appear in a semi chaotic matter to make a spooky face appear.

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Project 09 – Portrait

I had a lot of fun with this project once I got the preliminaries set up.  I started out thinking that I wanted to have an image recreated by pixilation when the mouse scrolled over the image.  But then I realized that that wouldn’t work because of the constant mouse movement.  So I decided to create a more fun portrait.  The subject’s last name is displayed mainly opaque and then the picture is displayed with a spotlight on top of it.  I spent a lot of time on this image but I still want to continue working on it.

beginning after one movement with the mouseafter scrolling over the image multiple times

``````
//Naomi Shimada
//Section D
//nshimada@andrew.cmu.edu
//Assignment-09-B

var img;
var inloc = "http://i.imgur.com/XTKXPpa.png";
var distThreshold = 20;
var underlyingImage;

function preload() {
img = loadImage(inloc);
underlyingImage = loadImage(inloc);

underlyingImage.loadPixels();
}

function setup() {
createCanvas(400,300);     //sets up on the background image
image(img,0,0);
filter(POSTERIZE,2);
}

function draw(){
for (var y = 0; y < height; y +=40){
for (var x = 0; x < width; x +=40) {
if (nearMouse(x, y, distThreshold)) {
var c = underlyingImage.get(mouseX,mouseY);
stroke(c);           //the stroke color is determined on the pixel underneath
strokeWeight(1);          //creates the last name of the subject, Khalouf
textSize(45);
fill(255,255,255,20);
text("Khalouf", x,y);
push();
image(underlyingImage, 0, 0, underlyingImage.width / 8, underlyingImage.height / 8);

var x = constrain(mouseX, 0, img.width - 1);     //redraws the image based on mouse X and Y
var y = constrain(mouseY, 0, img.height - 1);
// get a subrectangle from image. x and y (upper left corner)
// should be within the image.
var smaller = img.get(x, y, 100, 100);
image(smaller,x, y, 120, 120);
fill(255,255,255,40);
ellipseMode(CORNERS);        //puts a "spotlight" on the center of the image
noStroke();
strokeWeight(0);
ellipse(x,y,x+120,y+120);
pop();
}
}
}
}

function nearMouse(x, y, d) {
return dist(x, y, mouseX, mouseY) < d;
}

``````

Sofia Syjuco – Project-09

``````var portraitPhoto; // variable to store the photo link
var colorAtPixel; // variable to store the color
var ellipseSize = 20; // variable to store the ellipse size

function preload(){
portraitPhoto = loadImage("http://i.imgur.com/sn5iIEZ.jpg"); //load in the portrait photo
}

function setup() {
createCanvas(800,800); // create a canvas at the photo's dimensions
portraitPhoto.loadPixels(); // load in the pixels for the photo
}

function draw() {
background(255);// draw in a background
noStroke(); // no strokes around shapes

for(var r = 0;r<=width+1;r+=ellipseSize){ // go through all the rows of pixels
for(var c = 0;c<=height+1;c+=ellipseSize){ // go through all the columns of pixels
colorAtPixel = portraitPhoto.get(r,c); // check what the color is in the photo
fill (colorAtPixel); // fill it with that color
ellipse(r,c,ellipseSize,ellipseSize); // draw a circle
}
}
noLoop();//just run draw once
}``````

I was very intrigued by the work of Danny Rozin, and how just that simple repetition of shapes could still manage to convey human features – but I wanted to work with color, not with shadows. So I tried to develop something that is in keeping with the simplicity of Rozin’s style, but incorporates colors to make the portrait more recognizably human.

sajohnso Project-09-Portrait

``````
/*
*Sadie Johnson
*15-104 Section C
*sajohnso@andrew.cmu.edu
*Project-09-portrait
* This program paints a portrait of a girl's face
*/

var underlyingImage;
var lastY = height/2;
var lastX = width/2;

function preload() {
var myImageURL = "https://courses.ideate.cmu.edu/15-104/f2016/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/sajohnso-girl-209x300.jpg";
underlyingImage = loadImage(myImageURL);
}

function setup() {
createCanvas(500, 500);
background(0);
underlyingImage.loadPixels();
setFrameRate(40);
}

function draw() {
var px = random(width);
var py = random(height);
var ix = constrain(floor(px), 0, width-1);
var iy = constrain(floor(py), 0, height-1);
var theColorAtLocationXY = underlyingImage.get(ix, iy);
var distance = dist(width/2+(width/5),height/2,mouseX,mouseY); //distance from her eyes
var lineThickness = constrain (distance, 40, distance-20); //limits brush size

//automatic brushstrokes
var rando1 = random(2,4);
var rando2 = random(-3,3);
strokeWeight(4);
stroke(theColorAtLocationXY);
line(px-rando2, py-rando1, px+rando2,py+rando1);

//user's brushstrokes
var theColorAtTheMouse = underlyingImage.get(mouseX, mouseY);
strokeWeight(lineThickness/10);
stroke(theColorAtTheMouse);
line(pmouseX, pmouseY, mouseX, mouseY);

}
``````

For this project, I was inspired by the example of Golan’s self-portrait, and how the result was a combination of “painting” both by the program and the user. I wanted to make a portrait look even more like a collaborative painted portrait by setting the ellipses as brushstrokes of random shape and size, and by changing the size of the brush so the “painting” would be more detailed around her eyes, and rougher around the edges. I also wanted the user to have a greater input as to what the painting would look like in the end.

Project-09

I thought it would look interesting if the picture had three “clones” of my roommate.

``````//Arula Ratnakar
//Section C
//aratnaka@andrew.cmu.edu
//Portrait

var picture;

function preload() {
//loads picture of roommate
var img = "http://i.imgur.com/DVFUfQO.jpg";
picture = loadImage(img);
}

function setup() {
createCanvas(500, 500);
picture.loadPixels();

}

function draw() {
var px = random(width);
var py = random(height)
var ix = constrain(floor(px), 0, width-1);
var iy = constrain(floor(py), 0, height-1);
var theColorAtLocationXY = picture.get(ix, iy);

noStroke();
fill(theColorAtLocationXY);
drawMultipleFaces()

function drawMultipleFaces (){
ellipse (px, py, 6,6)

push ()
rotate (radians(degrees(20)))
ellipse (px, py, 6,6)

rotate (radians(degrees(20)))
ellipse (px, py, 6,6)

rotate (radians(degrees(20)))
ellipse (px, py, 6,6)

rotate (radians(degrees(20)))
ellipse (px, py, 6,6)

rotate (radians(degrees(20)))
ellipse (px, py, 6,6)

rotate (radians(degrees(20)))
ellipse (px, py, 6,6)

pop()
}

}``````

``````<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<meta charset="UTF-8">
<title>p5.js vers 0.5.2, Edit index.html to Change This Title</title>
<script src="http://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/p5.js/0.5.2/p5.js"></script>

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use template-all or template-all-min:
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<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/p5.js/0.5.2/addons/p5.sound.js"></script>
-->

<script src="sketch.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
</head>
<body>
</body>
</html>
``````

Diana Connolly – Project 9

For my project, I have it that you can click or drag your mouse to fill in the portrait of my sister.

``````function preload() {
var myImageURL = "http://i.imgur.com/HsqTrHo.jpg"; //original pic on imgur
underlyingImage = loadImage(myImageURL);
}

function setup() {
createCanvas(720, 500);
background(255); //white background
underlyingImage.loadPixels(); //loads pic
noStroke();
text("press your mouse", 100, 100); //click instructions
text("or drag your mouse", 300, 300); //drag instructions
}

function draw() {
//not called
}

function mousePressed() {
splat(mouseX, mouseY); //splat made where you click
}

function mouseDragged() {
splat(mouseX, mouseY); //splat made where you drag
}

function splat(x, y) {
var imageX = constrain(mouseX, 0, width); // x location of image at mouseX, as long as it's within the canvas
var imageY = constrain(mouseY, 0, height); // y location of image at mousey, as long as it's within the canvas
var pix = underlyingImage.get(imageX, imageY); //gets the color of the pic at your mouse location
fill(pix, 128); //fills with the underlying image's colors
var rad = 17; //radius of ellipses
for (i=3; i<29; i+=.35) { //draws the ellipses in the splat
var angle = random(0, TWO_PI);
var splatX = x + cos(angle)*random(i*random(1.5));
var splatY = y + sin(angle)*random(i*random(2));
ellipse(splatX, splatY, rad-i, rad-i+1.8);
}
}``````

Here’s what your first interaction would be — clicking around the canvas a bit:

And here’s what a filled in canvas would look like:

Based on this original image: