UnderagedCoder1 and I have been trying to figure out how to make an HSB cone on hopscotch, If you have any and I mean any Ideas on how we may be able to do this tell me, and remember we don't have any clue so there are no bad ideas thanks
Yeah complicated to code right
How will it be formatted? Like slices of the cone? (Circles, big to small) Or triangles? (Imagine cutting a slice of the cone as if it were a cake)
We're not trying to cut it or deform it in any way. I'm just using it as a visual aid to explain why I use HSB instead RGB
im not the one to look for for such complicated trail art, sorry.
Hey no prob happy you tried
If anybody else has ANY ideas please share them I have noooo clue whatsoever how I'm gonna make this
But I need to Inform hopscotchers how this works
Sounds like an awesome project in the making @Rider! It's so cool you want to teach and help other Hops.
I'll take a look and see if I can get anywhere with making that cone. Seems like a fun challenge.
K thanks super greatly appreciated
One thing to know though is that HSB like to reset that's my problem so here's my test project https://c.gethopscotch.com/p/ye0kfzpgo
HOW DID YOU DO THAT!?
(Just realised used shift instead of caps lock)
taking advantage of the fact hues over 359 work… (which I guess isn't necessary, but it makes the process much more easier)
Sine and cosine to position and then draw to the center (one pixel at a time)
Then sine and cosine for the bottom half positions and again drew, this time, down on a spot thats completely black now.
I literally just guessed that ._.
So how'd you decide to structure it that way?
because sin/cos can make all sorts of weird shapes