Who created Weavesilk?

Who created Weavesilk?

yuri vishnevsky
‘weavesilk’, a web-based program developed by yuri vishnevsky, allows anyone to create complex landscapes of colour and line with simply the swipe of a finger or computer mouse.

Is Silk a game?

Silk is a gateway game into area control and worker placement systems. Players have to move their silkworms to the optimal spaces so they can feed on the best grass available, while pushing the other players’ pieces into less desirable feeding grounds.

Who made the game Silk?

To save, right click the thumbnail and choose Save Image As…. Drag colors to blend. Silk was made by Yuri Vishnevsky, with music and sound crafted by Mat Jarvis.

How do I change the color of my Weavesilk?

Color to Your Heart’s Content Online, with Weavesilk

  1. Once you’re on the site, click “Draw something.”
  2. In the upper left hand corner, there is a blue dot.
  3. Click on that—it will show seven colors, and you can change the color you are working with by clicking on the color you want.

How is Weavesilk made?

Weave Silk was built using the latest web technologies: HTML5, Canvas, Web Audio for music, and responsive sound effects. The frontend was written in Coffeescript with the backend written in Go. So if not’s working in your browser, try it out in Chrome.

Why is silk so expensive?

Silk is very expensive because of its limited availability and costly production. It takes more than 5,000 silkworms to produce just one kilogram of silk. The farming, killing, and harvesting of thousands of silkworm cocoons are resource-heavy, labor-intensive, and costly processes.

What is Silk weave?

It is a fabric of plain weave silk using raw degummed and dyed silk for warp and dyed dupion for the weft. The characteristics of this fabric is that is utilizes the slubs of dupion silk to run thick irregular lines in the weft which produces a sheer look of elegance.

What is Silk interactive?

http://weavesilk.com/ Design, Tool. An online tool for creating symmetrical art, including rotational symmetry.

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