Stylo is in early development, while it is useable we cannot make any stability guarantees.
Stylo is a Python library that allows you to create images and animations powered by your imagination and a little mathematics. While mathematics is very much at the core you do not have to be a mathematician to use it!
For example here is a simple image of a boat that can be made with just a few lines of Python
from stylo.image import LayeredImage from stylo.color import FillColor from stylo.shape import Circle, Rectangle, Triangle from stylo.domain.transform import translate # Let's define some colours black = FillColor("000000") seablue = FillColor("0000ff") white = FillColor("ffffff") yellow = FillColor("ffff00") red = FillColor("dd2300") # Now for the shapes we will draw sun = Circle(-7, 3.4, 1.5) sea = Circle(0, -55, 55) sails = Triangle((0.1, 0.6), (2.5, 0.6), (0.1, 3.5)) | Triangle((-0.1, 0.6), (-1.5, 0.6), (-0.1, 3.5)) boat = Rectangle(0, 0, 3.5, 1) | Triangle((1.75, -0.5), (1.75, 0.5), (2.25, 0.5)) mast = Rectangle(0, 2, 0.125, 3) # Move some into position boat = boat >> translate(0, -2) sails = sails >> translate(0, -2) mast = mast >> translate(0, -2) # Finally let's bring it all together image = LayeredImage(background="99ddee", scale=8) image.add_layer(sun, yellow) image.add_layer(sea, seablue) image.add_layer(boat, red) image.add_layer(mast, black) image.add_layer(sails, white) image(1920, 1080, filename="docs/_static/examples/a-boat.png");
Stylo is available for Python 3.5+ and can be installed using Pip:
$ pip install stylo
Be sure to check out the documentation (under construction) for details on how to get started with stylo.
Contributions are welcome! Be sure to checkout the Contributing section of the documentation to get started.
stylo itself supports Python 3.5+, due to some of the
development tools we use you need to have Python 3.6+ in order to contribute
code to the library. Other versions of Python work just as well if you are
looking to contribute documentation.