CSS is the language for describing the presentation of web pages, including colours, layouts and fonts. But we can use CSS to create works of art in your browser. Let’s take a look at the CSS properties which can help us do that.
Want to create art with complex shapes? Clip-path ftw!— WWCode Singapore (@Wwcodesingapore) August 31, 2019
Hand writing clip paths is difficult (or therapeutic?), we can use the inspector to drag points to modify shapes! #CONNECTAsia#WWCode pic.twitter.com/qnfS5bG2b6
Live at #WWCode #ConnectAsia: @hj_chen giving her classic "anyhowly" talk on creating art with CSS - to the amusement of the audience. 🤣— Ong Chin Hwee (@ongchinhwee) August 31, 2019
Loads of timely hand gestures. Entertainment level: 1000000000
Now, where's the Malaysia flag? 🇲🇾 https://t.co/fFxK55GGzI pic.twitter.com/6F0fqeLEPw
Transforms like translate, scale, rotate are another great way to modify shapes.— WWCode Singapore (@Wwcodesingapore) August 31, 2019
Gradients (linear and radial) with the right start and stops create amazing transitions in color! @hj_chen #CONNECTAsia #wwcode pic.twitter.com/SRvkIANxdF