Ass­e­s­s­m­e­n­t 02 - Dra­w­i­n­g with Text

by Chinmay Kulkarni

All information regarding the project(concept, inspiration, process, reflection) is placed within the sketch itself as comments.

  • Show Sketch
/** @peep sketchcode */
/* @pjs font = /uploads/16110/klintstd-bold.otf; */
    I played around with a lot of ideas when it came to thinking about the logo, but the thing that I wanted to ensure
    was that the logo be kept simple and clean. The first thing that came to my mind when I thought of design was 
    brain waves, and thus I set out to explore that concept. As you can see in the inspiration paragraph below, those were
    the images I was attempting to replicate within my program/logo. 
    So in short, the main concept I was after is:
    To show the constant ongoing nature of the brain as it thinks for solutions (a.k.a design).
    brain waves:
    I first of began expirmentainting with bezier curves since I thought this would be the easiest way to
    achieve the motion of brainwaves. But this turned out to be a lot more difficult than I initially thought,
    so I scraped the idea. Through various tutorial videos, I realised this would be possible through the use of
    noise, which is how I ended up creating the brain waves.
    To begin with I only had one brainwave which was fluctuating through out the image, but I decided that if I was 
    to add a fading effect, it'd help the image be a lot more smoother and easier on the eye.
    I'm satisfied with the result since it's exactly what I was imagining it'd look like.
float time = 0;    
void setup() {    
  size(400, 400); // adjustable - the image will remain in scale regardless of the size of the image
  background(#231f20); // black
void draw() {
  fill(0, 30); // allows the brainwaves to fade away
  rect(0, 0, width, height); // redraws the background
  float x = 0;
 // Brain waves
  stroke(255); //white
  while (x < width) {
    point(x, height * noise(x/50, time));
    x = x + 1;
  time = time + 0.02;
  // Font + Text
  PFont font = createFont("/uploads/16110/klintstd-bold.otf", width/10); // the font size is adjustable to reflect the size of the image
  fill(#ffdd17); // yellow
  text("DESIGNLAB", width/4.3, height/2); // the font will always be in the centre of the image


Nobody has said anything yet.