Monthly Archives: November 2019

Use a sprite class to animate bouncing cats in C#

A sprite is an object that you use to control a single object in an animation or game. Normally a sprite class must do two things: draw its object and move its object. This example defines an ImageSprite class that … Continue reading

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Draw interlocked circles in C#

This example draws a set of interlocked circles so they alternate between above and below each other. As you can see from the picture, the circles are made up of colored lines with black outlines so it’s easy to see … Continue reading

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Draw arc wedges in C#

This example defines several extension methods that draw various interesting items including the one that I originally set out to draw: arc wedges. The extension methods let you easily draw arc wedges, arcs with tic marks, line segments with tic … Continue reading

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Make an Apollonian gasket filled with images in C#

This example shows how to draw an Apollonian gasket filled with images of a cat. (I promise that this will be my last cat fractal for a while, although I may have one other cat image post coming up. ;-)) … Continue reading

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