My most recent mathart animation was the latest in a series looking at the regions formed by rotating overlapping shapes:
Mary Gentry contacted me to ask for some insight into how it was created:
This particular graph involved quite a few different techniques which I had used in previous work. These are all strategies that I have developed through many hours of play and experimentation with Desmos, as well as by collaborating with and being inspired by other Twitter Desmos artists, such as Dan Anderson, Suzanne von Oy and Luke Walsh.
Follow the links below for details of some of the steps in the process:
The animation that I posted was then made by adding frames individually on Gifsmos.
Finally, my number one tip for creating art in Desmos is to set yourself challenges and start playing!