a tiny quirky library with some bezier curve functions
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README.md

Bezmerizing

By Allison Parrish

Bezmerizing is a tiny quirky library with some potentially helpful classes and functions for working with Bezier curve functions, like:

  • Finding points on the curve
  • Calculating tangents
  • Generating curves from lists of points with Catmull-Rom
  • Producing lists of points offset at a certain distance from curve normals

Additionally, the fancy_curve() function generates a polygon that traces "around" a list of Bezier curves, with adjustable thickness along the curve.

Installation

From this repository:

pip install https://github.com/aparrish/bezmerizing/archive/master.zip

The library requires flat (for drawing the curves), and scipy with numpy (for interpolating the "thickness" parameter of the polygon curves).

Usage

See the demo notebook.

Credits

Most of the Bezier math is copy/pasted from p5.js.

License

See LICENSE.