I think @laser_eyed_puppy has the right idea here You can make “functions” on Hopscotch with abilities (please read this if you haven’t already, it’s pretty cool!)
You can easily change the set position variables by doing this:
(Set position: x(random (Xrandom1) to (Xrandom2)) y(random (Yrandom1) to (Yrandom2))
This allows you to easily change where and how large the square is. Just make sure to change the variables’ values before adding the ability.
Of course, this isn’t the most efficient way of making shapes like this, I think. It takes a while to load, and since you can’t have the Repeat Forever block there (if you want certain shapes behind/above one another) you’ll have to find a good number that almost always fills up the whole shape.
@William04GamerA that’s a good idea!!
Set position: x(X) + (text 5 x position) y(Y) + (text 5 y position)
In the time it takes the pink square to load the purple one isn’t near finished:
Even when the purple one is complete it doesn’t look as nice as the pink one.
When I halved all of the values (X to 5, Y to 5) it looked like this:
But I wouldn’t really call that stippling right?
Anyway, @IKeudin, you can use either method, but I think the pink one using clones is much easier and faster.