Hello everyone! I have a question regarding the code of a sketch, but it’s not a specific question, so I did not post it at the coding category. I finished a sketch recently and it looks like this:
The code is here: https://www.openprocessing.org/sketch/817250
My question, or concern, is this: I feel like there are a lot of error traps in my code. Let me explain a little.
The sketch basically divides the canvas by drawing a line. Once it collides with the screen, it changes axis and finds a new random point to begin dividing. This repeats indefinitely.
I have zero-programming experience, am actually a musician (hence the user name), but after trying out Processing and P5 3 months ago, I could not stop doing it! I am coming to a point where I feel more daring to try more complicated programming ideas, but I don’t know where to start.
Speaking for many beginners trying to become more adept, what are some of the best resources or ways to become better at creative coding?
I took a look at Fal-Works github and found this : https://github.com/fal-works/processing-sketches/tree/master/ProgrammingStyles
It looks to me like there many ways to ‘draw a line’ in processing. Where does one start to understand these things, as a non-programmer?
I know my question is kind of convoluted and not very concise, but I just want to start a dialogue. So thanks for reading until here!