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Ana Tudor

Mad scientist.


How I Live-Coded My Most-Hearted Pen

The following is a guest post by Ana Tudor. If you’ve seen Ana’s work, perhaps you know that she uses mathematics and code together to make art. The finished pieces look like they take ages to make. But as I witness with my own eyes, Ana can think through what it takes to build something like this while doing it incredibly quickly. Here she’ll explain to us the entire thought process in a step-by-step tutorial.Read article “How I Live-Coded My Most-Hearted Pen”


Transforms on SVG Elements

The following is a guest post by Ana Tudor. Ana always does a great job digging into the math behind what we can do graphically on the web. In this case, that’s extra-useful as there are several ways to handle SVG transforms and they require a bit of mathematical thinking, especially converting one type to another for the best cross browser support. Here’s Ana.

Just like HTML elements, SVG elements can be manipulated using transform functions. However, a lot … Read article “Transforms on SVG Elements”