Yesterday, our CC101 class, using the Processing program, created “self-portraits” representing each of us . This enabled us to practice making different shapes in different styles and colors. Since I enjoy classical music and play the violin and viola, I decided to use a treble cleff for my project. Although it is solely in grayscale, I was able to experiment varying line widths and styles. Since our class didn’t cover beziers until this morning, the cleff, normally rounded, consists of connected vertices.