# Min Jun Kim -Project 4 String Art

``````/*
Min Jun Kim
minjunki@andrew.cmu.edu
15104-B
Project 4
*/

function setup() {
createCanvas(400, 300);
}

function draw() {
background(0);
//Thickness of Strokes of points
strokeWeight(0.5);
//color of strokes
stroke(100,150,150);
translate(width/2,height/2);
rotate(3.95);

for (var i = 0; i<500; i += 19) {
//first large oval sideways settings
var x = 140*sin(i);
var y = 100*cos(i);
//small circle settings in middle
var eye1x = 50*sin(i*2);
var eye1y = 50*cos(i*2);
//draws the points outline for all drawn shapes
point(x,y);
point(y,x);
point(eye1x,eye1y);

//draws the lines on the vertial line
for (var v = -200; v<201; v += 50) {
stroke(100,150,150);
line(-200,v,x,y);
line(200,v,x,y);
}
//draws the lines on the horizontal line
for (var f = -200; f<201; f += 50) {
line(f,-200,y,x);
line(f,200,y,x);
//draws lines starting from middle to the small circle
line(0,0,eye1x,eye1y);
line(0,0,eye1x,eye1y);
}

}
}

``````

I started off by drawing some points using the “for” loops. I used sine and cosine to draw points along circles. This helped me visualized where the lines will go. I then used nested “for” loops to draw the lines. The lines went along all sides of the canvas and I thought that it looked well. I was messing around with the variables and the end result turned out to be an upside-down tilted heart. I then translated to the middle of the canvas in order to rotate it, then converted all the variables to scale properly. All in all, I thought the project really taught me how to use for loops.