Processing – Ambiguity

 

 

 

 

 


PImage a;
float offset;

void setup() {
  size(610, 610);
  a = loadImage("man.jpg");  // Load an image into the program 
  
  
  //frameRate(60);
}

void draw() { 
  image(a, 0, 0);
  
  rect(270,270,610,610);
  // 75% opacity.
fill(10,0,0,100);
 // 75% opacity.
rect (255,0,550,550);
fill (10,0,0,100);
rect (300,0,440,440);
fill (10,0,0,130);
rect (100,0,250,250);
rect (50,50,350,350);
rect (380,270,100,100);
fill (10,0,0,50);
}

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About Michael Hunter Photography

Photographer from glasgow
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