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Morphing by Joseph Choma

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‘The forces coming from without which transform the point into a line, can be very diverse. The variation in lines depends upon the number of these forces and upon their combinations.’

(Wassily Kandinsky, 1947)

Red, yellow and blue are considered primary colours. If the colour desired is a shade or tint of those primary colours, black or white can be added. But, if green was a desired output, yellow and blue would have to combine. The mathematical transformations in the previous chapter establish a palette of tools to manipulate shapes. When shapes are transformed with only one rule, they can only transform iteratively. After a single transformation, ...

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