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Represent yourself as a dbnlet. View source code.

In Primer of Visual Literacy (DD) read pp. 0-37. Using
DBN, create a perceptual glitch, i.e. a visual illusion
Your illusion should be constructed by reusing at least
1 similar part via use of the 'command' command in Ch. 12
of the DBN book. View source code.

Visualize a geometric progression (GP) of your choice
in a concrete manner that emphasizes the wide range of
scales inherent to a GP. This is a simple exercise in
Cartesian geometry that can look as mathy as you like,
or not. View source code.

thick divisions
Read DD pp. 67 to 103. Create a dynamic composition of
two contrasting elements (i.e. color, shape, quality, movement,
etc.) Use comments to explain what you're contrasting.
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Read RK pp. 147 to 200. Gather visual elements from at
least three of your previous assignments, and create
a 'welded image'. Each of the visual elements should be
in a separate Command (or multiple commands). Include
comments to explain your choices and the resulting composition.
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sea urchin
Using real sinusoidals, generate a shape with primarily
convex properties. View source code.

Create a general method for abstractly filling the DBN
paper area at variable percentages. In a display loop,
the 25 percent, 50 percent, and 75 percent solutions in
rotation. View source code.

Your display is now 200 by 200. Emphasize the difference
between your early 100 by 100 display area and the now larger
200 by 200 display area with a statically motivated graphic.
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