Open IDLE and try making some art using the commands (maybe use example program). Don't forget to initialize and end the program!
When you run the program, it should open a 500x360 drawing window. The horizontal limits are -250 to 250, and the vertical limits are -180 to 180. This is basically proportional to the WCB's horizontal and vertical limits for an 11" x 8.5" piece of paper.
OPTION 1: make a painting
Here are some guidelines:
Start with an inspiration picture (turn in your inspiration picture before you start coding). This can be a famous work of art, anime, graffiti, a photo, your own art...you name it.
Now code your version of the inspiration picture. It does not have to match exactly, but we should be able to tell that your painting is inspired by the picture.
When you are ready to try painting your art, turn in your .py file and let me know.
OPTION 2: update a text adventure game or make your own!
Here is JR's text adventure game. Feel free to modify it to make it you. See Ms. O'Malley if you have any questions.
Can't change a rubric once you've started using it.
trivial = something like using a FOR loop to draw multiple small straight lines to draw a larger straight line;
non-trivial = something like drawing a regular shape (triangle, circle, etc) or making something consecutively bigger or smaller using `i`