### Impressionism and Implicit Functions (Looping 2D Space)

This is the sixth lab in a course on computational art (CS1) using Processing (https://processing.org/overview/). In this lab, students write a program that creates an image using an implicit representation of geometry that is drawn using shapes to emulate paint strokes.

In this lab, students will:

- Practice using a loop control structure to create an image made of strokes based on implicit lines.
- Practice using implicit lines and implicit circles, and the distances from these equations, to create a scene or object.
- Create new stroke styles using patterns of points, lines, and ellipses that model the textures seen in many impressionist paintings.
- Practice translating mathematical functions into code.